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Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« on: January 13, 2010, 08:48:54 pm »
I chanced upon some super fresh raw squid in Marikina Market around 5pm last night. These squid were “itlugan” / “with eggs”, not easy to find and you really have to pick them. Pick the lumpy ones and take a peak if they have eggs. Pick the squid yourself or the market vendor will be “fair” and give you some with eggs and some with no eggs.


My announcement at dinner came with a WOW from the 2 younger kids who forgot about their cooked dinner. Good timing. They had their fill of raw squid with the raw eggs and raw fat inside. They liked tentacles too.

They aren’t into eating the ink yet so the head and the ink were moved to the refrigerator with the batch to be cooked for the kids’ lunch pack the next day.

It was mission accomplished this evening. A raw dinner for the kids.









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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2010, 09:08:55 pm »
Raw squid! I find the taste rather bland, myself. I've never had the pleasure of tasting raw squid eggs, though. What are they like?
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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2010, 09:53:35 pm »
Squid eggs and fat are squishy and chewy and fat heavy fills you up, slight saltiness in it.  I like the ink sometimes, but my taste buds say just some ink.

Of course bigger squids' meat is more filling than these small squid.
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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2010, 07:09:50 am »
Squid eggs and fat are squishy and chewy and fat heavy fills you up, slight saltiness in it.  I like the ink sometimes, but my taste buds say just some ink.

Of course bigger squids' meat is more filling than these small squid.

omg squid with soya is amazing lol

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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2010, 08:15:55 am »
omg squid with soya is amazing lol

    Soy oil?  

    There was a soy sauce from Dr BronnersTM that had dolomite, orange peel, dulse seaweed and a bunch of other tongue teasers that I thought tasted way better than most soy sauces.  I think they were trying to make it raw, healthy and "perfectly" vegan, but failed on some accounts to one degree or another, so they stopped making it.

    When I put something non-fatty on a raw sea food besides a drop of unheated honey, it's usually squeezing lemon.

    Are you fermenting soy sauce?  I bet soy sauce is tempting for a lot of people that need to lower their salt.

    Oysters are nice and salty.  I bet they'd make a nice sauce.  Haven't tried making one yet.  I think there's some in RFLWD.
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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #5 on: January 27, 2010, 08:33:31 am »
   Soy oil?  

    There was a soy sauce from Dr BronnersTM that had dolomite, orange peel, dulse seaweed and a bunch of other tongue teasers that I thought tasted way better than most soy sauces.  I think they were trying to make it raw, healthy and "perfectly" vegan, but failed on some accounts to one degree or another, so they stopped making it.

    When I put something non-fatty on a raw sea food besides a drop of unheated honey, it's usually squeezing lemon.

    Are you fermenting soy sauce?  I bet soy sauce is tempting for a lot of people that need to lower their salt.

    Oysters are nice and salty.  I bet they'd make a nice sauce.  Haven't tried making one yet.  I think there's some in RFLWD.


unpasteurised soya sauce, a japanese cook friend of mine, made a simple octopi dish, no spices or anything, just the octopus, added a drop of soya sauce, goes so well with octopus

Interesting, sea veggies with dolomite clay ....

yea theres tons of recipes in rflwd, gr8 stuff

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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #6 on: January 27, 2010, 09:11:36 am »
unpasteurised soya sauce, a japanese cook friend of mine, made a simple octopi dish, no spices or anything, just the octopus, added a drop of soya sauce, goes so well with octopus

Interesting, sea veggies with dolomite clay ....

yea theres tons of recipes in rflwd, gr8 stuff

    I've eaten quite a bit of unheated still whole grainy unsalted "naturally" sweet miso.  It does have tons of B vitamins and K.  Soy has rubbed me the wrong way from the start pretty much.  It doesn't taste good.  It doesn't work like paleo herbs do.  

    You're pretty lucky getting it fresh at least.  I wouldn't touch it though, not with any forethought.  Like you say, he's a cook.  It goes with a cooked diet, absolutely.
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Re: Raw Squid with Eggs and Fat inside
« Reply #7 on: January 27, 2010, 09:35:52 am »
   I've eaten quite a bit of unheated still whole grainy unsalted "naturally" sweet miso.  It does have tons of B vitamins and K.  Soy has rubbed me the wrong way from the start pretty much.  It doesn't taste good.  It doesn't work like paleo herbs do.  

    You're pretty lucky getting it fresh at least.  I wouldn't touch it though, not with any forethought.  Like you say, he's a cook.  It goes with a cooked diet, absolutely.

I recommend unpasteurised hatcho miso for all my smoker clients, still trying to grow some lobellia , works great, clears the throat of years of buildup of tar, in days

I ate that stuff before i turned raw, japanese chef make great food lol




 

 

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