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Are razor clams cooked alive?

Asked: Patrick Dompierre, Last Updated:

If they are in the shell, run your fingers down the opening side, you should be able to tickle them – they should be moving. To keep the razor clams alive, make sure they are all alive when you buy them, that they are packed properly in some paper, that they are not sealed in a plastic bag as they can suffocate.

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