Squid Ink - 2 jars x 17.6 oz. by Caviar Line at Perfect 10 Cookbooks. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Squid Ink, also known as Cuttlefish Ink. Dilute and add to the cooked dish. 1 gr of cuttlefish ink would be indicated to cook 100 gr.Ingredients: cuttlefish ink, water and salt.. Maintain at room temperature. Refrigerate after opening.. 4-year shelf life.
Product Description & Reviews
Squid Ink, also known as Cuttlefish Ink. Dilute and add to the cooked dish. 1 gr of cuttlefish ink would be indicated to cook 100 gr.Ingredients: cuttlefish ink, water and salt.. Maintain at room temperature. Refrigerate after opening.. 4-year shelf life.
Features & Highlights
- Ingredients: cuttlefish ink, water and salt.
- Maintain at room temperature. Refrigerate after opening.
- 4-year shelf life
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