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Soak clams with cornmeal: yes or no?
Many cook books advise that fresh clams should be soaked in salt water with a bit of corn meal added. The purpose is that the clams will consume the corn meal, thereby cleansing their gut of sand. ...
Aug 23 '13 at 17:54
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