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Surimi, sold as imitation crab and sometimes shaped to look like chunks of lobster or even whole shrimp, can be a great substitute for shellfish in a number of recipes, but be aware that, if choosing it for reasons of allergy, many brands actually contain some crabmeat. There is a kosher surimi available, marketed under the dyna-sea brand, that is absolutely ...


Bivalves need to be kept alive until you are ready to cook or serve them. Keep them cool on the ride home from the pier. They are best stored in an airtight container. Put that container in a bowl of ice. Keep them in the coldest part of your refrigerator.


Just boil some eggs take out the yokes and drop them in the gumbo just before it's finished. Instant heart healthy shrimp.

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