Can Humans Eat Starfish?

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Humans can eat starfish since they are not poisonous. The starfish can live all over the world and they love to live in small groups. Star fish have a central body disc that blends into it's radiating arms
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Starfish do eat! They distend their stomachs over their prey, digest them externally then suck it all up. ANSWER Starfish cannot eat harder tissue. They tend to prefer soft tissue
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Yes, humans can in fact eat starfish. Years ago when there was a food shortage in Japan it was discovered that if you boil one for five minutes in salt water they are fully edible. Not gourmet cuisine, but some people really enjoy it.
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