Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sannakji, Raw Squid For Dinner | 23 Feb 2009 | With sashimi and sushi readily available the world over, eating raw seafood is no longer considered a dining adventure. The Korean delicacy sannakji however, is something quite different, as the seafood isn't quite dead.

Live baby octopus are sliced up and seasoned with sesame oil. The tentacles are still squirming when this dish is served and, if not chewed carefully, the tiny suction cups can stick to the mouth and throat. This is not a dish for the fainthearted. (Nino Guevara Ruwano)


  1. There is a difference between octopus and squid. Your title reads "raw squid."


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