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Happy as a clam

By John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau
As a consumer who enjoys eating a wide variety of fine food, I always relish the opportunity to learn more about where it comes from, how it’s grown and the men and women who provide such feasts for our dinner plates.
I enjoyed just such an experience last week when I traveled to the Virginia coast and spent four days eating every clam, oyster, blue crab, shrimp and some of the finest seafood in the land.
Heck, I didn’t eat anything but bivalves and fish until the last night I was in ...

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