I rarely ate oysters when I was a child, because my mother didn't dare to eat oysters, so he seldom bought them. Occasionally go to the night market and eat oyster fried oysters and be shocked. When I follow the food market, I clamor for my mother to buy it, so that I can occasionally drink oyster soup. Once my parents went to Qigu to play, it is said that my father ate a whole basket of roasted oysters, and then I realized that my father is also a person who loves oysters. After I became the chef myself, I realised that the people who buy vegetables are the biggest ones, and the people who are the chefs dare not eat the food, no matter how much the eaters love it, they probably won't have the chance to eat it.
When I asked my job email list mother why she didn't dare to eat oysters, she replied that it had a fishy smell. Seafood is perishable, but the oysters bought in Taipei often have a fishy smell. Occasionally, there are one or two with less fishy smell, and there are many customers. "Jiajia Seafood" on Wuzhou Street, "Dongshi Fresh Oyster" on Xichang Street, and "Monga Salted Porridge" on the opposite side are all about freshness. You can eat a little seafood, but not fishy. Very good, the price is also very homely, of course the environment should not be too particular.
Seafood and fishy smell seem to be separated by a thin line. Some people think that sea food is too salty and fishy, and can only be avoided thousands of miles away. Others think that if there is no seafood, eating oysters will be meaningless. For example, the famous "Ayi Oyster Lu Rice" on Huaxi Street, the braised pork rice is full of oysters, but I always feel that there is no seafood, it tastes like chewing wax.