squid


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  • noun

Synonyms for squid

(Italian cuisine) squid prepared as food

widely distributed fast-moving ten-armed cephalopod mollusk having a long tapered body with triangular tail fins

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If you are limited in the number of squid you can purchase, the teacher can dissect the squid.
Paul Shaw, professor of population genetics & genomics at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) in Aberystwyth, has published research findings into the evolution of mating strategies in squid.
Today, Squid Ink continues to focus on its core purpose to "help companies deliver products to the world.
Place the squid into the oil and fry until golden - remove using a slotted metal spoon.
Mother Nature has equipped the smaller members of the squid family to not only fight in their corner, but to punch above their weight.
The squid is a source for creating the value-added after the actions taken by the Ministry of Fisheries over the past years to encourage the traditional fishing and prevent foreign fishing vessels from fishing within the area of traditional fishing.
Mate and his team suspect that some whales were herding individual squid into one large group--so that other whales could swim right into the middle of the squid-huddle and feast.
Why that's happening is something of a mystery, he added, though it was about this time last year that a group of squid were reported stranded on Oregon beaches along with about two dozen salmon sharks.
For the chutney, in a pan, heat the onion, tomatoes, sugar and balsamic vinegar for about 10 mins before transferring it onto a plate with the cooked squid.
Younger tender squid can be used whole and will require less cooking.
All three of the squid dishes I've mentioned are cooked quickly in hot oil.
But that may be relatively small, scientists say after initial examination, suggesting other colossal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni) under the chilly Antarctic waters might grow much larger.
Demand for squid is booming as consumers begin to switch on to the relatively cheap, convenient and sustainable seafood.
A gigantic squid weighing 450 kilograms has been hauled in by a fishing boat in New Zealand.