An affordable wild shrimp that eats like a little lobster? Is it possible? Yes, it is if you are talking about wild caught Argentina Shrimp.
The taste of these shrimp has been compared to Rock shrimp or Spot prawns. The meat is distinctively red in color in both the raw and cooked state. This is owing to the fact that being wild, they consume more krill and protein than farmed shrimp.
They work well in every shrimp application- cocktails, ceviche, salads, pastas, sautés and chowders.
Wild is a better choice for your health.