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Why We Don’t Eat California Spiny Lobsters (Even Though They Taste Better)

California spiny lobsters lack the pincers typical of Maine lobsters and are sweeter than their East Coast counterparts—but Americans are lucky if they ever find them on their dinner plates.
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