Geo duck clam
Correctly pronounced "gooey-duck," this name comes from the Nisqually American Indian people of Washington State, who called the animals "Gwe-duk," meaning "dig-deep". Geoduck clams are found throughout coastal British Columbia to depths of more than 110 meters. The clams are unique because of the length of their siphons - or necks - which enables them to burrow so deeply. The geoduck's sweet flavor and crunchy texture reveals itself best when the clam is eaten either raw - in sushi or sashimi - or very quickly cooked in a sti
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