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Razor clams in brine

Razor clams in brine
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Enjoy these natural, exquisite razor clams from the Galician Rias and surprise yourself with their meaty texture and gentle flavor. Ideal to sample as a starter, or to give a refined and original touch to your seafood recipes.

This exquisite product of the sea symbolizes fresh and delicious seafood, with a mild and juicy flavor.

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The world's tastiest razor shells come from the Rias Baixas of Galicia, known for their outstanding quality in seafood and wines. Canned Cambados, located in the Ria de Arousa, presents these delicious and natural canned razor shells.They are caught diving and then they are prepared the traditional way. After a strict selection, a thorough washing, and a steaming process, they are packed by hand one by one.

A truly exquisite Galician sea delicacy with a tasty, meaty texture that retains its essence and unique characteristics.

Ingredients: Razor clams, water and salt.

Allergen Information: No gluten

Packaging: Tin with mesh presentation.

Net Weight 111 gr, drained 63 gr / 4-6 pieces

Culinary uses:

Razor clams in brine is a product to enjoy just as it comes in the can or lightly grilled as a snack, due to its delicious taste and soft fleshy texture. Add lemon to create a light, flavorful delicacy to be accompanied by a good white wine. Give an elegant and original touch to your salads, pasta dishes, fish and rice.

Nutritional value:

Bivalve mollusks are very important in food and gastronomy. They provide the body with an essential source of protein and are low in fat. Their consumption is therefore highly recommended as part of a healthy, balanced diet. Aside from the quality and quantity of their protein, mollusks are very rich in minerals.

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Mollusks are invertebrates with a soft body and a shell. They live in the sea, clinging to the rocks or buried in the sand. They eat plankton, which are aquatic microorganisms, through the filtering of salt water. They normally live in the temperate and warm regions that favor their survival and growth.

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Conservas Cambados is located in the Ria de Arousa, famed for the size and abundance of its sealife. This lake favors the cultivation of bivalves such as clam and cockles or shellfish such as mussels which are grown in floating nurseries called "rafts". The careful selection of the best raw materials from the Galician Rias and the traditional process of preparation makes this artisan product very notable in its quality.

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04/10/2014 Pedro. Son de calidad
02/17/2014 JAVIER D. No hace falta ir a una marisqueria para darse un homenaje, y tienes la certeza de que no vas a encontrar arenilla, son estupendas

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    José Andrés is probably one of Spain's greatest culinary ambassadors. This great cook attests that there isn't anything he likes more than some freshly grilled seafood, but that's not the only way to eat it: according to him, you can actually enjoy some of the best seafood in the world just by opening a can.
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    Natural seaweed, mussels, roe, clams, anchovies…The number of nutritious, healthy, and tasty dishes that the sea offers us is incredible. What is the advantage of including them in our daily diet?

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