Shouldn't a 1.5-pound lobster weigh 1.5 pounds? We agree. That's why we sell only what we call True Weight™ lobsters. So, for example, when you order a 1.5-pound lobster, you'll get an impressive, full-size, 1.5-pounder (and often a larger one).
Our frozen lobster tails are individually flash-frozen. Take one or a few out of the freezer whenever you want
to serve something special.
About frozen lobster tail meat:
The only thing any of us really need to know about frozen lobster tail meat is how to unfreeze it. Best to "slow-thaw" lobster tails in your refrigerator for about 24 hours before cooking. You can put them out on the counter and they will thaw in a couple of hours. You can unfreeze them in a microwave in a few minutes. Not so good. But, slow-thawing is recommended because when you do the lobster meat tastes better. So much better, it can be hard to tell a slow-thawed frozen lobster tail from a fresh lobster tail after it's cooked.
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