The Nutritional Value of Octopus
Octopus is a common dish in many different cultures, but the most common are probably Chinese and Japanese. In Japan, raw octopus is a staple in sushi dishes.
Octopus is a low calorie protein source that is both nutritious and filling. It is also full of vitamins (OctopusWorlds.com). Octopus is low fat, but high in iron. It also contains selenium, which helps you metabolize protein and is an antioxidant. Vitamin B-12 is also found in octopus. B-12 aids in the production of red blood cells (HealthyEating.com).
Name: Mexican Sauce With Cut Octopus
Color: Red & Green
Material: Cut octopus, Mexican sauce, tribute vegetable, chili sauce
Shelftime: 2 years
Preservation Condition: Keep frozen at -18℃ or below
Mind you, this is NOT the same thing as those little cans of Enchilada Sauce you see in the stores. Not even close. Red Chile Sauce is made from New Mexican Red Chiles, and it’s earthy, pungent flavor is so unique – it’s really hard to explain to people who have never visited the Southwest.
For Octopus, we also have:
Octopus With Wasabi
Baby Octopus With Sesame