Clams - Soft Shell (Belly Clams), Ipswich, Shucked, Wild, USA, Gallon Mya arenaria
Lubec, Maine USA


Ipswich clams are also known as soft-shell clams and are named after the shellfish producing town of Ipswich in Massachusetts. Ipswich clams have a soft, smooth texture and a gentle briny taste.

Ipswich clams are not eaten raw, and are most frequently served as steamers – steamed clams served with melted butter.

Clams are a low fat, high protein seafood choice and a great source of healthful minerals such as selenium, zinc, iron and magnesium and B vitamins like niacin.
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