Sand Shrimp Eggs...

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Would there be a use for collecting the eggs that come when you get sand shrimp) seems like you could make egg sacks or use em somehow for trout...
 
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Haha one of my buddy's was thinking the same thing one day while intoxicated. lol.
 
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Would there be a use for collecting the eggs that come when you get sand shrimp) seems like you could make egg sacks or use em somehow for trout...

You seem to have the fixation about EGGS! Is there a story here that you are not sharing with us?

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Eat 'em.

Seriously.

Soak 'em in brine, rinse 'em, mix 'em into your omelet.
 
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I was doing a job for a guy , that happens to be a "wild gourmet" chef. He told me he served sand shrimp in his restaraunt. He told me that he would rip the legs off and the pinchers off and then fry them in oil, he told me they were great :) i dont think i will be trying this anytime soon
 
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I was doing a job for a guy , that happens to be a "wild gourmet" chef.

Is that that Lee Gray guy? In person does he seem like a lunatic? Just curious... never had the chance to meet him, but I've seen him on YouTube.
 
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Salty?

Dip'em in somethin'?

Not really... tasted like... well.. like crawfish, but with a crispy coating (I didn't shell them... just fried them until the shell was crispy).

Unless you were talking about just the eggs... those were similar to lobster coral... if you brined them, though, and drained them well, I expect that they would make an interesting (in a good way) caviar.
 
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I was thinking more fishing not eating lol but wow i learned some stuff today in this thread... yall crazy!
 
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Ya thats Lee gray he's you-tube famous :) He eats all kinds of stuff off the rocks picks mushrooms , digs clams, eats sand shrimp :) . He is a very good artist does realy nice peices . excentric to say the least :)
 
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He and I have a lot of the same eating habits.. *chuckle* I forage a lot. I'm writing a book about the topic. Research is a blast!
 
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