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Does crawfish taste like shrimp or lobster?

Asked: Andrew Lultschik 🇨🇦 Fishing, Last Updated:

Also referred to as crawdads, crayfish, or mudbugs, crawfish aren't fish at all—they're crustaceans that live in fresh water, like rivers and marshes. Slightly sweet, they taste like a cross between their cousins, lobster and shrimp.

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