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Do you devein shrimp for a shrimp boil?

Asked: Niko Lianopoulos, Date Created:

Shrimp: Obviously a big part of a shrimp boil is the shrimp. ... I also prefer to leave the shrimp peel on since the shrimp are boiled. However, you'll still want to devein them.

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