On sale at Albert Heijn (Or: Octupus arms!)

When I saw this on sale at Albert Heijn (our local grocery store) I just had to take a picture:

Octupus arms on sale at Albert Heijn

Granted, I know it is food and I know a lot of people like the taste. I’ve been trying to get more into seafood, but I haven’t got past the safer sushi options or salmon yet. Maybe someday (but, okay, I doubt it!)

Though it does remind me of the kraken in Pirates of the Caribbean.

Oh, and Albert Heijn also sells insects if you are interested… Just saying!

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4 thoughts on “On sale at Albert Heijn (Or: Octupus arms!)

  1. minimama Henny

    Vies BRRRR ,geef maar aan de meeuwen .Maar er zullen best mensen zijn die dit lekker vinden!!!!!

  2. Oh my god. Albert Heijn have released the kraken in bite size meals.

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