If you are anything like me, you like to know what things might taste like before you put them anywhere near your mouth. I’m better about it now, but when I was a child up until teenage years, my eating habits revolved around asking: What does that taste like?
Chicken. That’s all I ever heard. With meat, vegetables, and even when I asked my dad about fruit, my parents and siblings would always tell me it tasted like chicken. At the time, it worked, but as I got older, I began to realize that things didn’t taste like chicken unless it was chicken.
So, when I wanted to know what snapper tasted like, I ate it. I ate it, and I loved it. I’m going to tell you what taste of this.