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How to prepare and cook cuttlefish

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How to prepare and cook cuttlefish
How to prepare and cook cuttlefish
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A short film, from a series of videos, that aim to educate people about how to select, prepare and cook shellfish from the UK.Directed by Richard Wilson. Produced by Richard Wilson, CJ Jackson and Tom Pickerell. Camera 1: Ed Beck and camera 2: David Mead. Edited by Richard Wilson. www.richierichproductions.com
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