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 How do sea scallops move?

Answer Adult sea scallops move by rapidly closing its shell and expelling water near the hinge of the shell. The force of the water propels the scallop forward (in the direction of the shell opening) thro... Read More »
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My parents let me move out 4 months ago well i want to move out of state with my fiance because he has a job offer..but im afraid they would get mad can i still move?

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How do i fry bay scallops?

Frying bay scallops, some of the smallest, sweetest bivalves, is a simple three step process: heat oil, dredge the scallops in cornmeal or other dry batter, and submerge the scallops in oil for thr... Read More »
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How to Pan Fry Scallops?

Scallops are one of the most delicious foods to come from the sea, but they can be ruined if cooked improperly. Today we will focus on pan frying scallops in order to sear them. The recipe can be m... Read More »
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What Are Bay Scallops?

Bay scallops are small, edible mollusks, or shellfish, that live close to the coast along the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. They are one of three types of scallops (calico, bay and sea sca... Read More »
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