Lobster Information

Some people think that live lobsters are red before they are cooked. Not really. They are dark brown, a little green and some red. If a lobster appears asleep, it could still be alive and quite fresh. Put them on the floor, they will eventually move around.

A blue lobster is very rare. Albino white lobsters are even more rare than blue. All lobsters, brown-red, white, or blue, turn bright red when cooked.

How to Cook Lobster

Day’s Catch Salt Water Boiled Lobster

 

Add 3 inches of salt water in a large lidded pot. Bring to a boil. Add lobster and boil for 20 minutes. Put it on the plate and eat it plain and simple.

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Lobster Nutrition Profile

Lobster is one of the healthiest and leanest proteins available. Pound for pound, it contains fewer calories and saturated fats than lean beef, pork, shrimp, and light meat chicken.

A lobster is a rich source of protein, vitamin B12, copper, zinc, vitamin B1, niacin, folate, and calcium, and contains 370 mg of sodium. Lobster is a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which are proven to reduce hardening of the arteries and heart disease.

Calories 98 – 130 ; Protein 21 – 32grams ; Fat 3.5 – 6.0 grams ; Cholesterol 72- 80

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