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Would You Try Korean Black Ice Cream Made With Real Squid Ink?


Entrepreneurs from the South Korean port city of Jumunjin have started adding edible squid ink to ice cream and created a unique product that draws in tourists from around the world. The new black ice cream marks the first known use of squid ink in a sweet dish. Those willing to give the treat a try seem to enjoy it, and as word spreads, more have been drawn to the port city specifically to taste the unusual delicacy.

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