Octopus has not only excellent taste but also nutritional benefits. High in protein, low in fat and packed with essential vitamins and minerals, it is a valuable addition to any diet. In cooking, its tender meat lends itself to various preparations, from grilling, frying and ceviche. Famous in Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, restaurants around the world feature octopus in a variety of dishes, from traditional Spanish pulpo a la gallega to Japanese takoyaki, highlighting its versatility and culinary quality.

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Cooking ways :Octopus can be grilled, boiled, braised or served raw in various culinary creations.
Common practices :Popular in seafood platters, a staple in Mediterranean cuisine and valued in various cuisines worldwide for its culinary versatility and flavor.
Nutritional Benefits :Low in fat and calories, but high in protein, vitamins (such as B12) and minerals (such as iron and zinc).