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Is Black Tiger Shrimp good to eat?

Asked: Rosanne, Last Updated:

Black Tiger Shrimp are usually priced higher than white shrimp but that is primarily because Tiger shrimp grow to larger sizes than white shrimp. ... Black Tiger are easy to work with – they are easy to peel and forgiving to harsh handling. They can be cooked whole in the shell or with the shell removed before cooking.

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