Live Venus Clam is surprisingly high in iron. So high, in fact, that t-bone steaks and beef liver don’t compare. If you suffer from low iron, eating clams occasionally will help maintain your iron stores. The minerals in clams doesn’t stop with iron. Clams are a good source of phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, as well.
Want to learn how to cook the Live Venus Clam , check out the amazing recipes below:
Want to learn how to Steam Venus Clam with Mashed Garlic and Vermicelli, check out the amazing video below:
Want to learn how to cook the Sake-steamed Clam with Ginger, check out the amazing video below:
Want to learn how to Stir-fried Clams with Garlic and Black Bean Sauce, check out the amazing video below: