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Can you eat whole dried shrimp?

Asked: Stalker, Date Created:

You can eat the papery dried shrimp raw, but I recommend you to cook it slightly before eating it. Gently toast a spoonful of them in hot oil will add a crispy texture and eliminate the raw taste before you combine them into your dish.

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