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How much of a crawfish can you eat?

Asked: Marc-André Flamand, Last Updated:

The tiny morsel of edible meat that a crawfish produces is located in its tail. When you're attending a crawfish boil or eating a pile of mudbugs at a restaurant, many people just pinch off the tail, squeeze out the meat, and eat it, leaving the crawfish head behind.

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