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Jamaican cockles

Jamaican cockles

Jamaican cockles are a type of edible saltwater clam found in the Caribbean Sea. They are known for their sweet flavour and soft texture and are enjoyed both raw and cooked. They are often steamed in a variety of sauces, used in stews and soups, or fried up with garlic and onions for a delicious snack. Jamaican cockles are a great source of protein and vitamins and minerals, including iron, zinc, and vitamin B12.


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