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Naw to much money, I put them on ice on the way home to make them easy to handle, stop by the liquor store and get a six pack, sit on a 5 gallon bucket with hose in hand with sprayer, pull backs off,  wash with hose, drink beer then move on to next crab. EASY no money spent

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43 minutes ago, Hitemnasty said:

To maximize flavor shouldn’t crabs be cooked whole? When eating soft shells the guts stay in. It takes not much more time to do it that way after they’re cooked without the gadget. Much more of a chance of getting pinched that way also!

 nothing wrong with cooking crabs whole thats the way they do it for picking crab meat  and maryland thats how the crab places served them but cleaning them first makes it easier and less messy when eating and also lets the flavor of your seasoning go through the meat with shell on the seasoning just stays on the outer shell... 

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11 minutes ago, archer36 said:

I watched professional crab pickers in North Carolina. They do it all by hand. Unbelievable how efficient they were. 

here is something interesting about them unless it has changed in last twenty years or so picking houses just throw the whole bushel of crabs in a cooker so they cook the dead crabs also ...  

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