Talaba or oyster is a kind of sea food it is rough, fluted shells that are soft and fleshy in texture, influenced by the water they come from. Sweet and sometimes salty, oysters have a unique dusky flavor. Oysters can be consumed in variety of ways such as half shelled, raw, smoked, boiled, baked, fried, roasted, stewed, canned, pickled, steamed and grilled. They are rich in various vitamins and minerals and hence, benefit the young and old, men and women.
I don’t like to eat talaba, but last night our dinner is almost seafood because my manager was also won in Asia plus Excellence Award and then he treats us for dinner. I tried to eat the entire menu except talaba but according to my co agent you can try to eat talaba. The first time I taste it I don’t like the taste because they have a unique dusky flavor. But when I tried to research the internet about the health benefits of talaba, it is full of benefits I also find it. So I told to my hubby to buy talaba in our wet market J even I don’t like the taste but I like the health benefits.