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Fun fact! This crab is named after the town of Dungeness, Washington, where it’s a prized shellfish. Dungeness crab is one of the most valuable fisheries on the West coast and also the most abundant crab in California. Its meat is tender and juicy with a sweet, mild taste. It’s honestly superb on its own, but you can also kick it up a notch with some lemon, herbs, and butter, or make your own crab cakes at home!
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We recommend eating Dungeness crab cooked and we usually sell them freshly cooked or live. It’s nearly impossible to eat raw crab anyways, given the moisture-dense meat that makes it difficult to separate it from the shell!
Steam, Boil, Roast
Dungeness crab can be typically found November - June.
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The Dungeness Crab steals its catchy name from a quaint town nestled in Washington known as Dungeness. This cherished crustacean is a cornerstone of the West coast's thriving fishing industry and is recognized as California's most plentiful crab species. Nestled within its robust shell lies meat that is a true joy to savor - it carries a gentle, succulent texture with an understated sweetness that's delightful on its own. But if you're feeling a tad bold in your cookery exploits, why not amplify its inherent zest with a squeeze of lemon, a selection of hand-picked herbs, or a generous smudge of butter? You could even try your hand at crafting your very own crab cakes for a genuine coastal feast. Enjoy your meal!
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