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Limpets

Fish

On the rare occasions Limpets are eaten in England, they are boiled and eaten cold with vinegar.

Richard Carew's 'The Survey of Cornwall' of 1602 has; "The particular taking of sundrie kinds of fishes, is almost as diuers as themselues. Wrinckles, Limpets, Cockles, and Muscles, are gathered by hand, vpon the rockes and sands."


Common Limpet
Image: "Tango22"



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