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Do you need to gut razor clams?

Asked: Christopher Rhoades, Last Updated:

Razor clams contain a crystalline style that allows them to break up their food, and you must remove it before eating the meat. While you're cutting away the stomach, you should see the rod slide from inside the clam.

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