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Shrimp, but also seafood in general, should not have a strong smell. You should be able to smell a faint salt water scent from them when not frozen, and basically nothing while they're frozen. If they're smelling a lot, that's a sign they may have gone bad. It's impossible to say exactly what went wrong with them. If it didn't smell when you bought them and ...


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Vinegar helps! It does not smell like vinegar so much as absorbs the offending odors. After several hours, remove it as the vinegar smell may start to take over. A good candle works but backed up with a few moments of high quality incense is even better. I second boiling a pot of water with spoonfuls of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, orange peels, lemon -- you ...


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