Yes, shrimp freezes very well. Generally, raw shrimp freezes betterthan cooked shrimp. When freezing shrimp, be sure to remove as muchwater from the shrimp as possible to prev…ent ice crystals fromforming. (MORE)
a small, mainly ocean-dwelling crustacean with ten legs, belonging to a suborder that includes several edible species. A shrimp has a long thin semitransparent body, five pair…s of jointed legs, a tail resembling a fan, and a pair of pincers. Suborder: Natantia (MORE)
Bamboo shrimp are strictly freshwater, and can only tolerate mildly brackish water at worst. However, their young cannot survive in fresh water, and require salt water until t…hey mature from their larval form. (MORE)
Shrimp are crustaceans of the infraorder Caridae (order Decapoda ) and are an important part of many of the world's food chains. Shrimp and the related species of prawns … are widely caught or farmed for human consumption, and are part of many varied recipes in many parts of the world, often with other types of seafood. (MORE)
Many people asked themselves if it is really necessary to devein shrimps or not. It is a slow and long process to devein shrimps and this is probably one of the main reasons p…eople will not devein them. According to James Oliver Cury a Epicurious Contributor (Food website).top chefs and most people tend to remove them for various reasons: it looks unappetizing-it's the digestive system after all, removing the vein gets rid the grittiness which is not nice felt between the teeth, and when it come down to it - it is waste "poo" as James stated. On the other hand, some people however, will say well shrimps only eat what's in the sea, the sea is full of food. Indeed, if cooked well, people in some Asian cultures eat the head and eyes too. In the end it is reported on food websites that no harm can come from eating shrimps if they haven't been deveined. (MORE)
they are actually talitroides sylvaticus. they're land-dwelling crustaceans that need a narrow range of dampness to survive. without water, they die. with too much water, they… die. and they turn a pinkish hue after they've died. in this case, pink + crustaceous body doesn't = "shrimp," though they're commonly referred to as "land shrimp." Is this answering the question? I think they are asking a joke? (MORE)
No, their genus is Neocaridina, the species is N. heteropoda. .
Update: 'Caridean' refers to belonging to the infraorder 'Caridea', not the genus 'Caridina'. Therefore, Che…rry shrimp are caridean shrimp. (MORE)