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What part of razor clams can you eat?

Asked: Baja S Charters,Cabo San Lucas, Date Created:

Don't forget to remove the 'foot' of the clam before eating, and to cut out the central dark intestinal tract, leaving only the firm white clam meat. Make sure you don't overcook the clams, as they can become tough quite quickly.

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