|Name||Captain's Reserve Giant Snow Crab (Bairdi)|
|Product Bullet 1||Giant "Bairdi" snow crab.|
|Product Bullet 2||1.2 lbs. or larger, per cluster.|
|Product Bullet 3||Due to size - 3 lb minimum order.|
|Search Words & Phrases||captain,captains,reserve,giant,snow,crab,bairdi,tanner,big|
|Out of Stock Message||No|
|Type||Crab - Snow (Bairdi)|
|Prepared State||Frozen - Cooked|
|Fresh Availability Dates||No|
|Cut||Legs & Claws|
|Fishing Method||Pot Trap|
|Cooking Method||Boil, Steam|
Serving Size: 100 grams
Storing - Frozen giant snow crab can be kept in a freezer for several months due to it's protective water glaze.
Thawing - To thaw giant snow crab, place it in the refrigerator a day prior to cooking. The sealed packages can also be ran under cold water to speed this up considerably.
Left-over snow crab should be kept under refrigeration and used within a couple of days.
Packaging - Our giant snow crab leg clusters average about 1.2 pounds each, or larger. Our giant snow crab legs are pre-cooked, then flash-frozen in cluster form and packaged in clear plastic bags for easy freezer storage.
How Much to Order - 3 pounds of giant snow crab will serve 2 to 3 people easily if you're serving with additional entrees. If you're having a crab feast or are serving a group of crab lovers, 1 & 1/2 pounds per person would be a good start.
Snow crab is low in fat and calories, yet high in protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
It is also a good source of Folate and Magnesium, and a very good source of Vitamin B12, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper and Selenium.
On the other hand, snow crab is very high in cholesterol and sodium.
|DPI Fishing Grounds|
|DPI Fishing Seasons||
FISHING SEASON (Available Fresh)
Alaska's main commercial fishery for Snow crab starts in January and generally last for several months. It is considered one of the harshest crab fisheries due to the winter months that it takes place in.
|Flavor Strength Image||No|
Detailed Product Information
Freezing, Storing and Thawing
Packaging & Portion Sizes
Fishing Seasons & Availability
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