|MadSci Network: Zoology|
This is not a joke! Last night I cooked up a 2lb. lobster and when I cracked open one of his claws, there was something dark on the top of the meat. I scraped it off with my fork and saw an even darker color so I tore into the meat and found a red blob in the center of the meat. I can only describe it as looking like a cranberry surrounded by cranberry sauce. The rest of the lobster looked(and tasted) fine, but that red blob freaked me out. What could it possibly have been? I bought it from a local seafood place here on the Cape (5 minutes from my house) and he was very alive when I put him in the water. Thanks for your time.
Re: What was in imbedded in my lobster claw that I ate last night?
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