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How Mussels are Farmed

Learn why mussels are one of the most sustainable sources of seafood available.

Excerpted from Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
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Take a tour of Bang Island Mussels farming operation outside Portland, Maine, in this excerpt from Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking. Learn why mussels are one of the most sustainable sources of seafood available. And if you find yourself with a sudden craving for the briny mollusks, check out Barton Seaver’s article on how to cook mussels, including the classic steaming method, a novel roasting technique, and a delectable Spanish-inspired mussel pasta.

 

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