Michelin-Star Chef Plans To Add Semen-Based Dish To His Restaurant Menu

Photo Credit: Instagram/ @dabizdiverxo

A Michelin-star chef in Spain plans to add a dish that includes semen in its ingredients, but not just any ol’ semen, fish semen to be exact, NY Post reported. 

Dabiz Muñoz, a Madrid chef, said he was introduced to the plate by Japanese chef Hiro Sato and was at a loss for words. The Japanese meal is called Shirako, which contains the sperm sacs of a male cod.  It can also be found in pufferfish, octopus, and monkfish. The Japanese dish can be served both raw and cooked.

The 43-year-old who owns a high-end restaurant, DiverXO, in Madrid, is reportedly considering adding the fish meat to his menu. He posted a photo of the fancy fish to his Instagram, where followers chimed in with their opinions on the dish.

“It’s warm from the grill and a mouthful. It was difficult for me, but it had a very memorable texture,”

one fan commented.

Others who have tried the dish called it


with one describing it as

“smooth and creamy.”

According to the restaurant’s website, they suggest

“new unexplored ways of understanding the gastronomic experience.” 

#Clique, would you try it?

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