Inedible Lesser Variety!: Giant Squid
By “Japanese lesser” I mean species both more difficult to find on markets, more local and not as appreciated as the former five varieties.
Howeve these should not be looked over as they are still good enough for the finnicky Japanese and appreciated as rarities!
I kept the pictures small as this would be just too big a report!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate!
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4 thoughts on “Japanese Cuttlefish/Squid Species 6: “Japanese lesser” Varieties”
Wow…that is a real giant squid! Bigger than the man…I wouldn’t want to be in the sea with it :p It will eat me up before I can have it for sushi LOL! Great post Robert and thank you so much for enlightening us on all the varieties of squids…I enjoy reading them. Have a great day,
Thank you so much!
I have finished with squids!
I’m now re-starting the Fish species series with more information!
Thank you for the update!