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One of the easy and better ways to thaw shrimp is leaving the shrimp overnight in the refrigerator. The other method to thaw shrimp quick and easy is filling a large bowl with cold water and place your frozen shrimp in a plastic bag (Ziploc) and seal it.

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There are different options to freeze fish. Whole fish gutted and cleaned: the best method for freezing fish is to vacuum-seal. Wash the fish well, place the fish in an airtight, vacuum sealed or plastic freezer bag.

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You can freeze oysters and clams already shucked but is better in their shell. Wash the shells and place live shellfish in moisture resistant safe food bags or containers.

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For whole shrimp place the shrimp in a food safe and freezing resistant containers and cover with tab cold water.

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When it comes to freezing seafood, there are different methods, depending on what type of seafood you want to freeze. Here you can see how to freeze some seafood types.

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The best way to take your fresh seafood on a road trip is keeping it inside a poly bag or zip bag and place your seafood in ice chest with ice. Flying with seafood? Yes, you can if it is properly packed for a safe trip.

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How to keep crawfish alive overnight or longer? Want to keep your crawfish alive for the party? If you buy crawfish but you planning to boil them in a few days, learn how to keep them alive with this guide.

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