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Calamari: Fried squid served as food.

Count: To enumerate or total.

Crustaceans: Shellfish such as crabs, lobsters, and shrimp with segmented bodies.

Deveining: Removal of the dark vein from the back of shrimp.

Drawn Butter: Melted butter served as a dip.

Liquor: Alcoholic drinks.

Mollusks: Creatures like clams and oysters with soft bodies inside a shell.

Shellfish: Aquatic animals like crabs and lobsters with shells.

Shucked Shellfish: Shellfish that have had their shells removed.

From the Sea to the Table: A Simple Guide to Seafood Terminology


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Question: I need a bare minimum definition of these words: Calamari Count Crustaceans Deveining Drawn Butter Liquor Mollusks Shellfish Shucked Shellfish

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Calamari: A culinary term for squid, often served fried. Count: In the culinary context, this term usually refers to the number of items in a unit (often by pound or dozen), especially with shrimp or oysters. Crustaceans: A category of seafood that encompasses crabs, shrimps, and lobsters; they’re characterized by having a hard shell and jointed appendages. Deveining: The process of removing the intestinal tract (or "vein") from a shrimp or prawn. Drawn Butter: Melted butter served in a liquid form, often with seafood. Liquor: An alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented. Mollusks: A category of invertebrate sea animals with soft bodies, including clams, mussels, and octopuses. Shellfish: A term encompassing sea creatures that live in shells or have hard exoskeletons, including crustaceans, mollusks, and others like oysters and scallops. Shucked Shellfish: Shellfish from which the shell has been removed, often a term used in conjunction with oysters, clams, or mussels.

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April 9, 2024, 6:26 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 9, 2024

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