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What side of the shrimp do you clean?

Asked: Eike OE, Last Updated:

(I start at the fattest part of the shrimp and cut towards the tail.) Then carefully pick out the black or green vein that runs along the back and discard it. If you want to devein a shrimp with the shell on, that's all there is to it—you're done.

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