It’s called the rarest dish in the world for a reason. First, the animal must be harvested from an utterly hostile planet, filled with heat-sensing predators, 99% corrosive humidity, and incredibly tall trees with prehensile branches. A dozen-person team of hermetically sealed hunters searches for nests. If they’re lucky enough to find a baby Luna Claretta, they must fight its parents to the death. Then, to reduce the crunchiness, the infant must be boiled for 100 hours in its mother’s blood—definitely gruesome. After all this, once you sit down to eat, I hear it tastes pretty decent, with some ketchup.