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Alive Crab Dressing
Alive Crab Dressing

Indian traditional way of dressing crab. But it is not the only way that every Indian community follow. But it is the basic way to dress crab manually. Some countries trained their Army to eat crab after dressing the way in emergency. It looks dangerous but you can do it easily, just need practice. But remember, different species of crab has different physical (body) structure and that may act differently, crab can cut your finger severely! Video Help

It’s ready to cook, let’s visit.

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India is a diverse country in the world, where food culture changes every 20 km. We are lucky to have discovered over 73,000 foods, tasted over 10,000 foods, managed to cook over 8,000 foods and still working. Claims the world’s largest food collection.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. dogs4everr says:

    I don’t think I could handle a live crab, lol!

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    1. Yes, it’s awful, technical, perthitic, thrilling, interesting, just need experience and practice.😊Thank you for stopping by!

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      1. dogs4everr says:

        No problem ❤ I love crab and I thought I'd check it out!

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      2. congratulations 👍

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