|Name||FRESH, Sweet-Petite Alaska Red King Crab (Try-It Size)|
|Product Bullet 1||Single fresh crab legs for you to try!|
|Product Bullet 2||Sweet and delicious.|
|Product Bullet 3||Out of stock- Available in July 2017|
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Serving Size: 100 grams.
Storing - Fresh king crab should be refrigerated immediately and served within 2 days of arrival. Left-over king crab (which is rare) should be used within a couple days of your meal.
A tip for extending the shelf life a bit is to place a bag of ice on top of the crab (be sure the storage pan is deep enough to hold the ice melt, and that the crab is not left to "drown" in a pool of water).
Packaging - Our fresh Norton Sound red king crab is pre-cooked & and kept chilled until shipped overnight. It is wrapped in bubble wrap prior to shipping and kept chilled within a styrofoam box during transport.
How Much to Order - 2 pounds of king crab will serve 2 to 3 people easily when serving with additional entrees. If you're having a crab feast or are serving a group of crab lovers, 5 pounds would be good for 3 people.
King Crab is low in fat and calories, and is an excellent source of protein being much leaner than the same amount of beef. Additionally, King crab is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and contains no carbohydrates, saturated fats or trans fats. King crab legs are also nutrient-dense, making them a good source of vitamin C, folate, vitamin B12, as well as magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, zinc and copper.
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FISHING SEASON (Available Fresh)
When king crab is caught it is cooked and kept chilled to capture its quality. This commercial level of processing allows king crab to be kept fresh for several days until it is ready to be shipped to its destination.
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