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Are crawfish eaten warm or cold?

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Cold cooked crawfish are tasty just as they are. They're still good when reheated, but it must be done carefully to preserve their texture.

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    Blue lobsters are rare. Estimates by the University of Maine Lobster Institute put the likelihood of catching a blue lobster as one in 200 million.

  • What flavors go well with fish?

    Fresh dill, parsley, lemongrass, garlic and chives go especially well with fish. However rosemary, basil, tarragon and basil are also widely used.

  • Are catfish easy to catch?

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    Shrimp and other shellfish can cause GI upset like vomiting, gas, and diarrhea in dogs that are especially sensitive. If your dog ate shrimp and had a bad reaction, eliminate the food from your dog's diet to see if the symptoms clear up. A reaction every time your dog eats shrimp can mean an allergy or intolerance.

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