I don’t often find things in my food (by “found” I’m assuming you mean finding things that aren’t expected to be there), and the rare time I do find something that shouldn’t be there, it’s definitely not something of value (quite the opposite).
Though once I found a tiny pearl in an oyster. I was about 15 years old dining with my mother, and we were having a small platter of oysters. I said to her, “wouldn’t it be funny if one of us found a pearl?”. And a moment later my teeth felt something small and hard. I took it out to inspect, and lo and behold, it was a tiny pearl! It was teardrop shaped, and not very symmetrical, so it wouldn’t have been worth very much, but it still qualifies as the most expensive thing I’ve found in my food.
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