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Are manilla clams steamer clams?

Asked: Shane Melhorn, Last Updated:

Most Manila clam recipes use steam as the method of preparation, but they can also be baked, poached, or sautéed. Even though prepping them for raw consumption will also yield a magnificent dish, few people chose to do so.

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