Antipasti di mare is the Italian term for "sea hors d'oeuvre", appetizers composed and made of products from the sea, like seashells, fishes, other seafoods (squids, octopus, etc). Such as Acciughe (marinated), Cozze ripiene (stuffed mussels)

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