Octopus meat is high in protein and low in saturated fats which are important for maintaining muscle strength and a healthy heart. Due to its high content of Potassium and Iron, consuming Octopus can help reduce the risk of stroke, kidney stones and it is perfect for people with low haemoglobin. Octopus is also rich in Vitamin B-6 and B-12, essential for red blood cell production and healthy nerve tissue.
Octopus tentacles are eaten across the world and come in many different styles depending on location or how they are cooked. In Korea for example the Octopus is dipped in a flavourful sesame, garlic and paprika sauce, while around the Mediterranean it is often featured in salads or stews. Try pairing with Rosé Bordeaux or White Ladoix.