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What happens if you eat old squid?

Asked: Marty Rembecki, Last Updated:

You can get food poisoning from Calamari / squid. The main risk of calamari food poisoning comes from eating it raw or undercooked and getting sick from vibrio poisoning. Symptoms of calamari food poisoning typically appear within 24 hours and include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

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