Spain and Portugal share their knowledge about gastronomy and consumption of octopus, squid and choco

The southern countries of the Atlantic area (Spain and Portugal) have begun to transfer their knowledge of cephalopods (mainly octopus, squid and cuttlefish) to France, the United Kingdom and Ireland, given the lack of knowledge and scarce consumption of these species in these areas. This initiative is part of the “Cehps & Chefs” project funded by the call for European aid of the so-called “Atlantic Area”, which supports cooperative projects of entities of the coastal regions of the Atlantic Ocean.

Link (spanish): https://www.vistaalmar.es/hablame-del-mar/articulos/espana-y-portugal-comparten-su-conocimiento-sobre-gastronomia-y-consumo-de-pulpo-calamar-y-choco/

Spain, ambassador of the benefits of octopus and squid

In Spain and Portugal there is a great fishing knowledge, as well as an important habit of consumption and an outstanding gastronomy around the cephalopods. Therefore, within the project “Cehps & Chefs”, both countries have begun to transfer their knowledge about it (mainly octopus, squid and cuttlefish) to France, the United Kingdom and Ireland, where these species, on the contrary, are a great unknown .

Link (Spanish): http://www.revistaalimentaria.es/vernoticia.php?volver=&noticia=espana-embajadora-de-las-bondades-del-pulpo-y-el-calamar