Swampy has tried to eat shrimp in almost every knd of preparation possible. There is nothing bad about it, in that Swampy will eat one or two, but they just become completely uninteresting after that. Sometimes it is a little rubbery if overcooked, but so is calamari -- and Swampy loves calamari.
Maybe Swampy's heart is aware that shrimp are being harvested at levels that are unsustainable, and if this continues it will lead to extinction of their species. This has not stopped Annie from eating shrimp, but she has tried to limit her consumption. Also, some shrimp are farmed and some are fresh and there is really a flavor difference, maybe you have only had one kind. (I realize this is ridiculous to suggest to a man who lives on the West Coast.) My fave shrimp recipes all have to do with curry in one form or another, especially stir-frying, and that crisps the shrimp pieces up nicely. (This is the big scampi size, cut into chunks.) Other than that, no ideas.
I adore shrimp, but it's true that wild ones tase SO much different to the farmed ones. First time I ever ate shrimp though, they were canned ones! I wolfed 'em down! (But I'm a greedy pig and always have been.)
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