Smoked Razor Clams
Pacific razor clams are a coastal delicacy - they thrive on the flat, sandy beaches of the Washington and Oregon coasts, and going on razor clam hunts on wintertime low tides is a time honored PNW tradition. Razor clams don't live in the rocky intertidal beaches where we farm, so even for us shellfish folks they're a fun novelty. These particular clams come to us via the Quinault Indian Nation, who have been harvesting razors off the Washington Coast for millennia and have exclusive access to some of the most pristine ocean beaches in the United States.
These clams have been traditionally smoked over alderwood fires, and then canned to preserve flavor and longevity. They're perfect to add to a charcuterie board, bring for a snack on winter outdoor adventures, or simply save for a day when you need a little taste of the ocean.
This will get you one 6oz can, if you think that will be enough!
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About the Producer: Quinault Pride Seafood is a business founded and run by the Quinault Tribe to create economic sustainability for the Quinault people, who have been living on these waters for centuries. Their commitment to honor the land and its resources is apparent in everything that they do, and shows in the quality and the freshness of their products.
Ingredients: clams, salt
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65warnings.ca.gov/food
Q: Why am I seeing this warning?
A: California's Proposition 65 (P65) takes a very cautious stance towards food labeling. This food is harvested and processed in the United States, by us or by other local companies, from open and approved waters. Because there's always the chance that wild food from the ocean picks up heavy metals, including cadmium and lead, we provide this warning to ensure compliance with P65 labeling laws.