"Steamed, milt is as soft as an egg custard; pan- or deep-fried, the surface crisps up while the interior remains soft and creamy. The taste of milt is subtle; there's a slight sweetness and just the faintest hint of its oceanic roots."
It's a cumucopia of tastes that burst loads of flavor into your mouth.
But Apparently It's Good for You
Shirako often comes (ugh) from cod or herring, and the milt it contains has such a spectacular omega-3/omega-6 ratio that it's even been used to make dietary supplements. The company Nutratec, for example, used it to develop a supplement called Sementis. That's right: They didn't even bother to hide the fact that it was semen, they just put that s**t right in the name. So why pop a boring old pill when you can instead (literally) pop shirako into your mouth-hole and savor the sensation of some fish's man juice ever so slowly flowing down your throat (while funk music plays in the background)? It's so healthy, it's practically pornographic.
After all, an ex post facto b*****b is the least you can do to repay that poor fish who sacrificed his nads for the sake of your cardiovascular health, don't you think?
The problem is that you may feel like smoking afterward, thus ruining everything.