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Can crawfish make you sick?

Asked: Andy Bothman, Date Created:

Too much spicy, salted, boiled crawfish and all the accompaniments – corn, potatoes and onions – can lead to sodium overload and edema – excess body fluid. 4) Eating them can make you sick.

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