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How do you keep clams alive after digging?

Asked: Ryan Ellis, Last Updated:

Store live clams in a cold (32 to 35 degree Fahrenheit) refrigerator in an open container, covered with a moist cloth or paper towels. Kept in this manner, live clams should remain fresh for two to three days. Do not put live clams in an airtight container or submerge them in fresh water; either will kill them.

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