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CocklesCockles are a small shell of the North Atlantic, living under 1 or 2 cm of sand. His flesh inside is a small white nut with a little orange spike, and a delicate iodized.
If you intend to buy:Cockles are sold rather in the cold season (October to April), take the freshest possible from your fishmonger who sell them by weight.
If you want to use it:See how to.
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