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www.weekendnotes.com/how-to-purge-freshwater-mussels

Jan 31, 2013 ... Learn how to successfully purge freshwater mussels. ... avid shellfish eaters, we collected a bucketful and headed home eager to cook them.

snapguide.com/guides/prepare-and-cook-wild-mussels

Clean shells, cont.: Pour fresh water (from hose if you have one) into bucket of scraped mussels and swirl around. Dump out and repeat. This helps loosen and  ...

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Sep 8, 2011 ... On this episode of 'Catch & Cook', Robert Lee take us out to the river to catch some freshwater mussels, and shows us how to cook them.

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-eat-freshwater-mussels

Mussels are an excellent source of protein and leaner than beef, making them beneficial to your diet. When cooked, the shells of the mussels will pop open, ...

dish.allrecipes.com/how-to-cook-mussels

Mussels are easy to make and incredibly versatile. Once you learn the basic method of cooking, you can create many new flavors.

www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/16/how-to-prepare-mussels_n_1294077.html

Jul 16, 2015 ... Store the mussels in the coolest part of your refrigerator, but cook them the same day. Don't clean them until you're ready to cook with them.

peimussel.com/get-cooking

Here's a simple how-to for steamed PEI Mussels. Rinse and stir mussels under cold running fresh water. Mussels naturally open and close their shells when out  ...

www.seriouseats.com/2014/11/how-to-clean-debeard-mussels.html

Nov 3, 2014 ... Cleaning mussels for a recipe is easier than you think! [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]. Mussels have a reputation as being fiddly to clean or ...

cottagelife.com/environment/freshwater-clams

The freshwater clams of North America (also called freshwater mussels) are ... The real problem with eating freshwater clams is that they are “filter feeders,” ...

www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=720

Gathered some freshwater mussels this morning. As far as I know ... Has anyone got any info on their edibility, dangers and cooking methods?