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Topic: question about bodega bay crabs  (Read 392 times)

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Another vote for steam, plain tap water.  If I have any, I may add sliced ginger to the water.  I do clean the crabs thoroughly with running tap water prior to boiling.

Definitely going to steam them the next time. I also cleaned mine thoroughly prior to cooking just cause of the health advisories. Thanks!