|Date: ||Tue, 18 Jun 2002 21:49:19 +1200|
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|From: ||Andrew Grebneff <andrew.grebneff@STONEBOW.OTAGO.AC.NZ>|
|Subject: ||Re: Eating Busycon|
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>I just bought several razor clams and a nice size Busycon canaliculatum
>from the local chinatown and was wondering how you cook the whelk.
>I boiled all the shells and removed the animals. I planning to use the meat
>to make a Thai seafood curry. Can I use all the meat from the snail, or
>Hurry and let me know...it all smells so good...and the razor clams are
I'd think any mollusc would be edible, except perhaps a
sulfide-associate or bone-associate.
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