Pronounced “gooeyduck”, geoducks are the largest burrowing clam in the world, and can live for up to 100 years. Taylor Shellfish farm their geoducks at 5-7 years old.
These impressive stats have made geoducks a delicacy around the world, with a rich history in the Pacific Northwest.
The neck meat contains a mild flavor and crisp “crunchy” texture of a cucumber and is best eaten raw sashimi-style or in a ceviche. The body or belly meat has a slightly more mild, subtle flavor. Try it fried or in a traditional Chinese hot pot.
Hand-harvested geoduck from Taylor Shellfish Farms in the Puget Sound, WA, delivered direct to you. Each geoduck averages 1.75lbs.
Product arrives live, use immediately.
Geoducks can stay fresh for up to 3-5 days when treated with love, though we recommend eating them as soon as possible to fully enjoy the direct seafood experience.
Like other shellfish, geoducks are an excellent source of protein, with lower fat and cholesterol than other animal proteins. A rich source of iron, B-12, and other essential nutrients, geoducks are as healthy for you as they are delicious!