Octopus meat is a low-fat fish with high levels of zinc and vitamin B6. It can be cooked, cooked or used to make sushi. Before cooking squid, however, it is important to cut it, which means cleaning. While octopus is sometimes sold on a regular basis, it is important to know how to clean it and cut yourself if you take a whole octopus.
Krause tentacles mean that the octopus has already been offered by the seller.
Put the octopus in a large bowl.
Cover the octopus with milk. Milk contains a chemical that softens octopus and makes cutting easier.
Soak the squid for two to three hours before removing it.
Locate the octopus eyes, which are on the head, near the tentacles.
Cut the squid head just below the eyes and separate the head from the tentacles. Use a sharp knife for this project for a cleaner cut.
Cut octopus eyes.
Make a slit from the bottom of the octopus head upwards.
Open the octopus head and make the dark brown viscous.
Remove the viscera from the octopus head and leave a clean piece of meat.
Rinse head with water.
Cut octopus head into strips.
Take the tentacles and locate the hard beak in the middle of the tentacles
Press the ramp from the octopus body.
Cut the tentacles separately. If the octopus is small, you can cook the tentacles without cutting them.