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Everything You Need to Know and More About Eating Boiled Crawfish Crawfish is well known for its many names – from mountain lobsters, freshwater lobsters, crawdads, mudbugs, yabbies, to crayfish. They are freshwater crustaceans that seem to look more like small Iobsters. There are certain places where crawfish are being served upon clients. Nevertheless, the clients that come looking for these crustaceans are tourists that are not well adept at eating crawfish. The most common means of eating them is by boiling them. There are a lot of places that are serving their clients with boiled crawfish. If you are thinking of eating crawfish for the first time, there is no doubt that when you go to these restaurants, you will feel a bit intimidated. Even so, as you consume these crustaceans regularly, you will then learn the art of eating it in the most appropriate and satisfying way. If you happen to attend any event from the places that serve boiled crawfish where everywhere you see, all guests are enjoying their crawfish, never run and hide. Lucky for you, this article will be able to provide you some guidelines when it comes to consuming boiled crawfish. When selecting what boiled crawfish dish you must consume, go for one that is both spicy and sweet.
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Now, what you must do first so that you can get a taste of its spicy and sweet meat is to use both of your hands, the first one grabbing the head of your crawfish, and the second one, pulling its tail off.
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If you intend to have a gastronomical experience like no other when it comes to consuming crawfish, then make sure that all the juices in its head must be sucked by you. You are guaranteed to know that a person is an avid fan of eating crawfish when they first bite the head of off this seafood and while their teeth will crush into it, they then make sure to entirely suck the flavor and juice out of it. If you are not a fan of sucking the heads of crawfish, you can instead focus on its tail meat. By holding the tail of the crawfish, make sure that you slide your thumb or finger inside the first shell segments found at the top of its tail that was attached to its head. In order for the meat of the tail to be partially exposed, you must make sure that you peel away the shell segments found at the top. As the bottom portion of the shell still remains, make sure that you slowly bring the tail meat into your mouth and then you must be able to lightly sink your teeth into its exposed meat. When you bite the meat, make sure to do it lightly while at the same time squeezing and sucking the base of the tail. As the tail meat will be popping into your mouth, the tail shell will then be left into your fingers.