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What Is It?
In the oceans, there are many distinct types of octopus, a few inedible, some delightful. They’re adored all around the world, cooked in many different ways. They are most often consumed raw in sashimi restaurants throughout Japan, while they are often incorporated in stir-fries and stews or grilled in Europe. Cooking at home could be simple as placing the octopus in a pot of boiling water, and cooking it for 45 minutes to one hour on low heat. Octopus meat has a high amount of protein and vitamin B12, so it’s an excellent healthy option. The taste of the octopus is naturally sweet and comparable to the scallops.