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Treatment of Giant Squid for Taste

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#1 Jose Zorrilla

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Posted 18 August 2006 - 09:39 PM

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The theater has 1000 seats. Entry to the film is FREE! If you ever wanted to see what it looks like to be attacked by a Giant Humboldt Squid from a divers perspective this is the show to see. There is only one showing planned so if you have the tuesday night free its a must do for anyone who wants to see the Giant Humboldt Squid in real action. Footage of the squid feeding on Krill swarms also!


The Giant Squid Dosidicus gigas is being sold fresh frozen or cooked frozen mainly to Asia in huge quantities.

Treated with food additives are sold to the USA and Europe as rings, steaks, strips and sliced boiled tentacles.

After treatment it tastes like cuttlefish.

In Peru for our frozen industry contributes generating big volumes to freeze.

So instead of looking how they feed let’s eat the gigas squid.
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#2 glen


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Posted 18 August 2006 - 11:54 PM

Hi Jose,

What type of food additives are used to treat giant squid to make it taste better?

Welcome to the forum, Cheers, Glen :ink
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