I really love to eat seafood, especially clams. Any kind of seafood can satisfy my taste buds. But I would like to have some clams stored in the freezer so I can cook it anytime I want. I would like to know if I can freeze clams. If so, how will I freeze it properly? You are asking if you can freeze clams and how to store it properly.
Yes, clams can be frozen. Clams can be stored in the shell or shucked. There are proper procedures in storing and freezing clams. You can store it in the fridge live or cooked. But you have to make sure that you follow the proper steps because seafood can easily be spoiled and contaminated by bacteria once it is dead and exposed to warm temperature.