Squid ink: flavor, facts, and culinary uses

Learn all about this fun and versatile ingredient

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19/04/24 | StarsInsider

FOOD Food facts

Squid ink, otherwise known as cephalopod ink, serves primarily as a defense mechanism. When a squid feels threatened by a predator, it releases a blue-black ink to confuse and obscure that predator's vision. But as it so happens, squid ink is also delicious. With a briny, salty flavor that smacks of the ocean, squid ink is a popular ingredient in many different cuisines.

Check out this gallery to learn all about squid ink, a fun and versatile ingredient.

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