We know that food such as fruits, nuts, seeds, sprouted and vegetables are common for people to eat them raw. There are also food that we shouldn’t eat them raw and it has to be cooked. However, far in the east, Korean consume some food as raw dish and some of them are still moving while you put them into your mouth. Don’t believe they are moving?
Sannakji, also known as Sannakji hoe is a popular raw dish in Korean cuisine. The main course is live nakji which is small octopus. They are live until the moment you put them into your mouth and bite them.
In some market, live nakji has been cut into pieces before serving on plate with sesame and sesame oil. Sannakji is served with small live baby octopus in certain restaurants in Korea.
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It is delicious and freshest if you know how to take it. This man enjoy eating a live octopus even one of its leg had lost. Well, there are still seven legs remain.
Korea is a lovely country, so does Korean and Korean food.
This is how your face will look like if you are not familiar with eating raw food and trying to eat a live baby octopus.
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