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Where do the best clams come from?

Asked: Mathis lehoux, Last Updated:

Manila. Also known by its Japanese name, asari, this is what many on the West Coast know as a steamer clam, and is one of the most widely cultivated clams in the world. Unlike East Coast steamers, though, these are hard-shell clams, perhaps the smallest and sweetest you'll find on a table in the US.

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