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£2,800.00 / Ton

SUPPLY ABILITY 650 TONES / MONTH

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Fresh and Frozen Octopus for sale

Fresh and frozen octopus for sale!

We are a family-run business, and we have been in the seafood business for over 20 years. We have a wide range of fresh and frozen seafood, including octopus. Our products are sourced from local fishermen and sold directly to you.

If you have any questions about our products or your order, feel free to reach out via email .

Fresh and Frozen Octopus for sale

Is octopus better fresh or frozen?

Fresh octopus is much better than frozen. It’s a common misconception that frozen fish are just as good as fresh fish, but the truth is that freezing does damage the texture and flavor of fish. The reason is that when you freeze water, it expands into ice, which causes cells to rupture and break apart. That’s why frozen food tends to be mushy once it thaws—because so much liquid has been released from cells while they were freezing, they can’t hold their shape as well once they’re thawed back out again.

While fresh octopus will be tastier than frozen octopus, there are some good reasons why you might want to buy frozen octopus instead:

– They’re cheaper! If you look at your local store’s seafood section, you’ll probably find that fresh and frozen versions of the same kind of fish cost about the same amount per pound.

– They’re easier to cook with when you don’t know what else to do with them! As long as it’s not too old or too spoiled (and most stores will sell theirs within a few days of catching them), frozen octopus will thaw quickly after being taken out of the freezer and can be cooked in minutes by boiling or steaming.

How do you buy an octopus?

It’s easy to buy an octopus!

First, you’ll want to decide if you want to buy a female or a male. Female octopuses are generally smaller than males and have less of a chance of escaping from their tanks. But if you’re looking for the biggest, baddest octopus in town, then go ahead and get yourself a male.

Next, it’s time to pick out the tank itself. Remember that these guys are going to be living in it for a long time, so make sure it’s nice and sturdy. You don’t want any of your hard-earned cash going down the drain with your new pet!

Finally, you’ll need some food and water. Octopuses love fresh fish, clams, shrimp and crab legs—and they’ll be happy as long as they’re warm (which means no ice!).

Is frozen octopus as good as fresh?

Frozen octopus is not as good as fresh, but that doesn’t mean you should dismiss it altogether.

Frozen octopus will never be as fresh as fresh, but if you’re looking for a convenient way to cook up a delicious meal on a busy night, frozen octopus can be an excellent option. If you’re buying frozen octopus, make sure to check the expiration date and look out for excessive freezer burn or discoloration.

When preparing frozen octopus, thaw it in the refrigerator overnight or in some cool water for about 30 minutes. Then cut off the head and discard it—the head contains toxic ink that could ruin your dish. After that you can cut up the body into bite-sized pieces and cook as desired. While frozen octopus may not have the same texture or taste of fresh octopus, it’s still delicious in its own right!