Octopus can be difficult to cook, as it easily becomes tough and rubbery. Much octopus in the marketplace is available ready prepared and frozen, which can be a good thing as it helps tenderise it. There are many schools of thought on how best to cook octopus - many chefs beat it thoroughly first (the Greeks used to do this on rocks!) and then it should be cooked either very slowly or very quickly - but never in-between.
Here are some of the latest recipes for this particular species of fish.
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