If you take all of earth's food and cuisines, which ones would be the mostly logically adapted to be made and eaten in a microgravity-freefall environment within the following constraints.
Let's assume you'll be cooking in microgravity or freefall, that you access to a microwave/stove and a skillet/wok/pan (it works via mini-centrifuge) and a "glove box" or hood to assemble stuff in. So no gas stove or any actual fire, maybe some convection stovetops?
For ingredients we've got at the very least (deep breath). . .
- Some goat milk
- Goat Meat
- Some Shellfish
(These are just what I can think of)
What is not available/has to be imported at an expense is beef as you can't really keep cattle in space as well as some other ingredients that can't be grown/kept locally (like wild morels)
Edit: Based on commetray this has been edited for more clarity and to make it less broad