Clams Oysters and Scallops

Clams, oysters and scallops are bivalve mollusks native to both freshwater and saltwater habitats. Many are edible and some types of oysters produce the world’s freshwater and saltwater pearls. All questions about clams, oysters and scallops can be directed here.

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Clams Oysters and Scallops
Storage of Meats Poultry and Seafood
Freezing and Drying Food

Can you freeze oysters in a shell?

Not if you want to eat them and you want them to be tasty and delicious.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Can you eat oysters all year round?

Yes you can. but only certain months can they be harvested.

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Can you reheat cooked clams?

Depending on how long it has been since you cooked them no if more than 2 days have gone by no definitely not you've given bacteria enough time to find it's way into the food

Storage of Meats Poultry and Seafood
Clams Oysters and Scallops

Scallops 2 days after sell by date?

Don't risk it.

When in doubt, throw it out.

In other words, don't eat or buy it!

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How often do fresh water clams reproduce?

how do u know if a clam is a male or a female

Dieting and Weight Loss
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Do scallops have veins in them?


Clams Oysters and Scallops

How long can a clam survive without food?

A clam cannot survive without water. They would not be able to last long if they didn't have food to eat.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are clams intelligent?

No, they don't have a brain.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are pearls made from a grain of sand?

No they are formed from calcium carbonate and conchiolin which is secreted by a mollusc around an intruding parasite such as a Nematode worm.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

What is mother of pearl made of?

The inner shell of oysters, mussels and some clams are what makes mother of pearl, also known as 'nacre'.

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Why do clams live in waist deep water?

Clams live under the sand by the water most of the time. They live in waist deep water because they have to have water to live and if something in the water moves them they will stay under the water.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are smoked oysters still good if they are green in the middle?

It depends... Green is a sign of mold.

so maybe that... if it's just in the middle it could be anything!

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How do clams poop or do they not poop?

Clams can not what so ever make things come out of their behinds

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is a giant clam a invertebrate or a vertebrate?

All clams are invertebrates.

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Is clam internal or external fertilization?

yes it is

Cardiovascular Health
Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are oysters high in cholesterol?

Previously oysters were thought to contain high amounts of cholesterol but now, since new methods of calculating cholesterol levels are more accurate, oysters have been removed from the restricted list. Oysters are naturally low in fat, sodium, and calories. They are also a very good source of high quality protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, and iron. A three ounce cooked portion of oysters contains only 93 milligrams of cholesterol

Oysters are not only delicious, but they're also one of the most nutritionally well balanced of foods, containing protein, carbohydrates and lipids. The National Heart and Lung Institute suggest oysters as an ideal food for inclusion in low-cholesterol diets. Oysters are an excellent source of vitamins A, B1(thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), C (ascorbic acid) and D (calciferol). Four or five medium size oysters supply the recommended daily allowance of iron, copper, iodine, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and phosphorus.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is a clam biotic?

Yes it is, prior to, during, and after It's Bios. Great Q'n! by the way.

Clams Oysters and Scallops

Where did the saying happy as a clam come from?

This saying originated in the early 1800s in the northeast United States, where they eat a lot of clams. At first blush, the phrase seems kind of weird—what could clams possibly have to be happy about?

Turns out our modern idiom is missing some key context. The original phrase was actually “happy as a clam at high tide” or “at high water.” Clams can only be harvested at low tide, so they’re safe and therefore presumably happy at high tide. It’s not completely clear how or why the phrase got shortened, but the meaning has remained pretty much the same.

Animal Life
Clams Oysters and Scallops

What is the genus of clams?

There are several different orders, families, geniuses, and species of clams. They belong to the kingdom Animalia, phylum Mollusca, and class bivalvia.

Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species
Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are there still oysters on the Maine shoreline?

Yes there are but I don't know where they are.

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What is the relative of the clam and oyster?


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What is the worth of a fossilized clam?

I bought one for $10.00 Canadian.

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What kind of cheese is in oyster Rockefeller?


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What do you call bedding that covers the whole bed?

i sware a Comforter

Food & Cooking
Food Spoilage
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How long will oyster dressing keep in the fridge?

it depends on when the expiraation date is


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