What state produces the most Blue Crabs?

Chef's answer
LouisianaLouisiana now has the world's largest blue crab fishery. Commercial harvests in the state account for over half of all landings in the Gulf of Mexico.
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A blue steak is extra rare and slightly shy of served raw. ... Whereas a rare steak is seared outside and 75% red throughout the center, a blue steak is seared on the outside and completely red throughout. A blue steak does not spend too much time on the grill. The steak's interior temperature does not exceed 115?.8 Dec 2020
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A cooked crab of any type should have a shell that is some shade of red in color (yes, even blue crabs). Never buy a dead crab because they release enzymes that turn their meat to mush when they die. Older crab will begin to smell and to build a sticky or milky substance around itself.27 Nov 2018
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Many vets don't like Blue Buffalo in large part because of extremely deceptive marketing practices, using a lot of guilt to imply that if you don't feed their food you hate your pet and are contributing to his/her early death. Blue Buffalo is claiming previous ignorance of these ingredients in their foods.31 May 2015
A blue steak is extra rare and slightly shy of served raw. It's called blue because it boasts a blueish or purple color, depending on your color perception. It changes to red when exposed to air and loses that blue color because the myoglobin gets oxygenated from the time it's cut to when you buy it from the butcher.8 Dec 2020
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