Just got my shellfish license and came back tonight with a couple of Mussels that I youtubed how to clean and cook.
I've never had them before, and they were pretty good, but I think this was because I steamed them, then fried them in some butter and garlic. That got me to thinking:
Have any of you ever utilized freshwater clams as a survival food. In the area of Texas I live in , most of the creeks , and many of the lakes have clams that on average are about the size of your hand.
I know their are different varieties of freshwater calm as well, I have seen in the past a...
When eating shell fish, clams, fish or oysters, it is very important to boil or steam them very good. In a survival situation, its not worth a quick meal if you digest some Typhoid with your meal.
Can be found in most fresh water steams, rivers and lakes around the world. Be sure to boil or otherwise cook very well. Any sewage in the water can lead to typhoid or cholera.