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Crustacea
« on: March 18, 2011, 04:25:24 pm »
On tuesday I went fishing (in a nearby supermarket ;) ) and captured some crustacea:


Above an edible crab, some langoustines and goose barnacles. The crab was still living and I killed it by opening the thorax. How you can do this is shown here: How to open a crab.

I stored him 24h in a cool basement. Yesterday the smell of the innards rose into my nose and I ate them. They taste a little bit like a salty bouillabaisse. It's my experience that the flesh of the legs needs at least three or four days before it really tastes good so I stored the legs again and completed my dinner with langoustines. I ate seven of them. It was a delicious and satisfying dinner. :)

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Re: Crustacea
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2011, 05:28:59 pm »
That looks so good and fresh!  :D

Did you eat it with the shell? I heard it has a lot of calcium and magnesium in it and it could be edible and less hard raw. Also did you have to take out the crab/prawn bowells and intestines and little black poo line thats in shrimps and prawns or did you eat the whole thing without worrying about poo or parasites?

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Re: Crustacea
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2011, 06:42:51 pm »
That looks so good and fresh!  :D

Did you eat it with the shell? I heard it has a lot of calcium and magnesium in it and it could be edible and less hard raw. Also did you have to take out the crab/prawn bowells and intestines and little black poo line thats in shrimps and prawns or did you eat the whole thing without worrying about poo or parasites?

I didn't eat the shell of the crab, it's a little bit to hard but I ate the shell of the langoustines und their small legs. I ate all innards of the crab gills, brain and eyes inclusive. I never worry about poo or parasites. Do you know that all carnivores prefer the innards of their prey intestinal contents inclusive? I confess till now I have some problems to eat the intenstine of terrestrial animals (telling the truth till now nobody offered me such a delicacy  :D ) but I have no problems with the intenstines of marine animals.

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Re: Crustacea
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2011, 07:26:58 pm »
I didn't eat the shell of the crab, it's a little bit to hard but I ate the shell of the langoustines und their small legs. I ate all innards of the crab gills, brain and eyes inclusive. I never worry about poo or parasites. Do you know that all carnivores prefer the innards of their prey intestinal contents inclusive? I confess till now I have some problems to eat the intenstine of terrestrial animals (telling the truth till now nobody offered me such a delicacy  :D ) but I have no problems with the intenstines of marine animals.

Oh alright! I always get a little worried im still not weaned off of parasite phobia yet :D but awesome! Hope you enjoyed the calcium!

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Re: Crustacea
« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2011, 01:07:52 pm »


Its also some delicious food. I always want to eat it.
If some one try this and then tell me about dish.

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Re: Crustacea
« Reply #5 on: June 02, 2011, 06:19:50 pm »


Its also some delicious food. I always want to eat it.
If some one try this and then tell me about dish.

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