Can You Eat Starfish?

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You can eat starfish though you should only do so if the star fish has been prepared by someone who has experience preparing them. This is because most starfish species are poisonous and a novice cannot tell them apart.
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Yes you can eat starfish. They are considered to be a delicacy in Japan. All you have to do is boil them. Starfish are members of the Class Asteroidea family.
Starfish are edible but they taste terrible and are very rubbery. Though one particular kind, the Northern Pacific Sea Star is considered to be a delicacy.
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