September 1, 2006, Newsletter Issue #57: Fresh Sea Scallops

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The sea scallop is the largest of the scallops. You usually get approximately 20-40 sea scallops in one pound. They can be bought fresh or frozen. Scallops freeze well, so if they are on sale or you buy too many, freeze scallops for later use. The raw meats are creamy white in color and sometimes slightly orange due to the food (algae) they consume. Fresh sea scallops have a distinct, sweet odor when they are fresh.

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