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The Frutti di Mare a seafood salad made with octopus smoked mussels cuttlefish pickled mushrooms and castelvetrano olives to be offered at Taralucci e Vinorsquos soontoopen NoMad location in New York City Photo Giada Paoloni
<p>The Frutti di Mare, a seafood salad made with octopus, smoked mussels, cuttlefish, pickled mushrooms and castelvetrano olives, to be offered at Taralucci e Vino&rsquo;s soon-to-open NoMad location in New York City. Photo: Giada Paoloni</p>

Octopus has gone from ick to menus everywhere

Once seen by diners as too exotic or too chewy, octopus gains popularity in the last decade

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