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How do you get poop out of prawns?

Asked: Sean Landsman, Last Updated:

Twist the head off the prawn. Put your thumb underneath the shell and peel off. Push and shake the tail to slide it off. Lift up the dirt track with the knife/skewer and pull the tract out... it's pretty satisfying.

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