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Old 07-06-2015, 09:50 PM   #15
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I bought my wife some fresh-frozen lobster meat to bring home and enjoy last winter. I think it was $12/lb. She fell in love with fresh lobster and fresh boiled mussels while we were touring the CA maritimes. We stayed on the West coast of Nova Scotia for a few days and there was a lobster plant just up the road. They had you pick out the one you want, then boiled it for you while you waited.
I just waited on DW, as I'm allergic to lobster (my own doing).
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Used to live in Cutler, ME. I remember one summer paying close to $2 per pound. Cheaper than chicken.

In colonial times lobster was often so plentiful and commonplace people were tired of it. They would force the slaves and servants to eat lobster-- it was the cheapest food available.


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In colonial times lobster was often so plentiful and commonplace people were tired of it. They would force the slaves and servants to eat lobster-- it was the cheapest food available.


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The Indians used them for Fertilizer.

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The Indians used them for Fertilizer.

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In 2013, the wholesale price for lobster was just under $3 a pound up around Bar Harbor. I was eating 2 at a time for under $15 bucks at the lobster pounds. I really hated to leave...even learned I love the 'Linda Blair' sauce. I don't even want to know what my cholesterol was.

LOL, we were well 'fertilized'.
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We are at Moorings in Belfast Maine. Are you finding any decent prices on those beauties? I'm still making payments on the two be bought.

Thirty dollars for two that might have weighed 1.5 lbs each. Probably not that big.

We cook our own too.
I will be at the Moorings Monday afternoon save me some
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