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 Can you kill the lobster before boiling?

Answer Lobster meat spoils very quickly; it's generally recommended to boil the lobster alive to preserve meat quality. Some studies have shown that lobsters feel no pain; however, a 2007 study by Queen's... Read More »
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Does boiling water really kill bacteria?

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How to kill a live lobster for cooking?

You put them into a pot of boiling water while they are still alive. You are not suposed to kill them first.
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