This was the first time I wanted to draw with squid-ink. I asked a friend who owns a restaurant in for the ink-bladder but got the whole sepia to take.
Ammoudi was the beginning of our walk along the beach and after a few hours our hungry bowls made us cook the Sepia on a hot stone from the campfire.
We ate the body and the tentacles and the eyes whom you can see on the picture. The eyes? yes and we did that because the Inuit/Eskimos give these to their children as candy…so we tried the same to feed our curiosity. The conclusion is that they are nice …funny enough even better then the rest of the quid… I think this is because the eye is salty and is a welcome taste if you have not been able to season your outdoor meal.
While eating you can find the hard lens of the eye..you can take it out and get fascinated by the light spectacle inside and then throw it away since it is not eatable.
You can find a bright purple chalky substance which reminded me of the color of purple violets.