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Mussels (Prince Edward Island, Wild Caught)

$3.49

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Aquacultured in the ocean.  Do not eat if the shell is open before you cook them.  That means they are no longer alive. Store in the refrigerator with the bag open on ice.  Really delicious in white wine broth with a side of grilled French bread.

Preparation: 

Scrub with kitchen brush under cold-running water, pull off the beards.  Do not submerge in water while cleaning. Cook them in a pan with simmering liquid or a stew until they just open up...usually about 3-5 minutes. Discard any mussels that have not opened.

Products specifications
Ordering Minimum Time Orders must be placed 48 prior to pickup. If you need an order sooner, please call for availability.
Disclaimer Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Please note Bi-valves are some of the most perishable seafood. Eat these first!
Type Bi-valves
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Aquacultured in the ocean.  Do not eat if the shell is open before you cook them.  That means they are no longer alive. Store in the refrigerator with the bag open on ice.  Really delicious in white wine broth with a side of grilled French bread.

Preparation: 

Scrub with kitchen brush under cold-running water, pull off the beards.  Do not submerge in water while cleaning. Cook them in a pan with simmering liquid or a stew until they just open up...usually about 3-5 minutes. Discard any mussels that have not opened.

Products specifications
Ordering Minimum Time Orders must be placed 48 prior to pickup. If you need an order sooner, please call for availability.
Disclaimer Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Please note Bi-valves are some of the most perishable seafood. Eat these first!
Type Bi-valves