To keep their freshness, our packaged baby cuttlefish are properly cleaned, washed, and vacuum-sealed. A relative of the squid and the octopus, with a similar flavour. It is sometimes referred to as the ink fish. Cuttlefish is nutrient-dense seafood. Protein, calcium, phosphorus, and cholesterol are all found in baby cuttlefish. It doesn’t have any saturated or trans fats in it. Vitamin B12 and niacin levels are also high. It contains both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in acceptable amounts. Omega 3 fatty acids help to reduce blood pressure and protect the body from inflammation. Omega 6 fatty acids, on the other hand, is used by the body to combat pathogens.
What Does Baby Cuttlefish Taste Like?
The cuttlefish’s texture is extremely smooth, making it excellent for coating or cooking, and its moderate, sweet flavour is perfect for eating too. It also has a nutty flavour to it. It’s a perfect choice for vegetarians and vegans, as well as those who are allergic to fish, because of these attributes. It comes in a variety of flavours and can be baked, steamed, or grilled. In Asian cuisines, baby cuttlefish is normally eaten with rice or noodles.
Responsibly-Sourced Baby Cuttlefish
Baby cuttlefish are not at great risk of being overfished since they are slow-growing species and at alternate stages attain sexual maturity, enabling some regulation on their reproduction. Cuttlefish farming is well developed in several countries, such as Japan, the European Union, the United Kingdom, and Australia. All of our cuttlefish are harvested and handled sustainably at Frozen Fish Direct.