Calamari

(Italian) Squid.

calamari

(kah-lah-MAH-ree) - Calamari are squid. This cephalopod has a long body with swimming fins at the rear, two tentacles, and eight arms. Calamari takes their name from the Latin word "calamus," which refers to the inky liquid excreted by the squid and used in pastas and sauces.
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Calamari

Plural for squid in Italian.
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Calamari

Squid
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Calamari

The Italian word for squid.
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Calamari

This ten-armed cephalopod, commonly known as 'squid,' is related to the octopus. They vary in size from 1 inch to 80 feet in length. The meat is firm and chewy, with a somewhat sweet flavor. Over-cooking can lead to a rubbery texture.
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