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How do you know when a clam is cooked?

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Then, just before cooking the clams, scrub them well with a brush under cool running water until the shells feel clean and sand-free. The easy part about cooking clams is that they tell you when they're done by opening. The only hitch is that they don't all open at the same time.

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