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clam

‘secretly’.
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gouldii were broadcast spawners with open populations, parasite loads must be analyzed by location in Southern California clams.
Remove the clam flesh and dip them quickly into their cooking water to rinse off any sand.
They are also known as the smooth giant clam because their shell is quite flat in appearance and it is only when they begin to open that you see the beautiful colouration and markings of the mollusc inside.
The bottom sediments where the black clams occur are a mixture of fine sand, clay, and silt, and they extend over wide areas.
In 2006, the aggregate "farm gate value" (or the unprocessed value, excluding the costs of packaging and transport) of Alaska's aquatic farming production from 60 farms (oysters, clams, mussels and other) was $614,843, the fourth highest yield since 1990.
Spain is the only country in Europe that consumes about as many clams as Italy--clams are a staple of Spain's famous rice-based paella dish--and about 80% of Italy's total exports head to that country.
Besides, we think that Mo's recipe, though delicious, could be better defined as a bacon and potato chowder with accents of clam.
Bake in a preheated 425-degree oven about 15 minutes, until clams open and rice is tender but still a little al dente.
Shortly after the outbreak, Roxanna Smolowitz, a veterinarian at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, examined the sick clams under a microscope and identified QPX as the culprit.
Florida tackle shops that I spoke with sell fresh clams (and frozen) and say the bait supply is shipped in from up north, like New Jersey.