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How many pounds of shrimp do I need to feed 100 people?

Asked: Lolajames, Last Updated:

Even at a half pound a person (which I don't think would be enough) you're looking at 50 pounds of shrimp. Still 50-100, but 200 would be better. People aren't going to load up with three potatoes and five shrimp.

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