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What color are cooked clams?

Asked: connor_mulvihill, Last Updated:

Pacific clams are usually cooked anyway, as they are as a whole generally too tough to eat raw (with exceptions such as Butter Clams.) The colour of clam meat will vary from grey to greenish-grey to beige to dark orange.

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