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Can you reheat cooked clams?

Asked: Florian Berger, Last Updated:

Steamed clams are most enjoyable and delicious when you eat them immediately after steaming. If you have leftover steamed clams; however, do not let them go to waste. With careful reheating in the microwave, you can take the chill off leftover clams and enjoy them a second time. ... Leave the shells on the clams to reheat.

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