How To Choose Fresh Clams
Everyone knows you should be careful about eating seafood, but how can you tell if clams are good to eat or not? Alex Beard, CEO of Alex's Supper Club, shares some tips on how to tell the good clams from the bad, letting you relax and enjoy your dinner!
- Flesh clams need to be alive; they should be tightly closed when you buy them.
- If there are any open clams give them a tap, if they are alive they should close.
- Throw away any clams which stay open.
- Put your clams straight in the fridge after you buy them, and eat them on the day of purchase.