What is Lobster?
Lobsters are a seafood and crustacean, meaning they are of a particular class of shelled invertebrate and edible. They can grow large, but most eating lobsters have a body of three inches or more, not including tail and claws. The cooked lobster has a red shell with white tender meat in its body, legs and claws. The meat is similar to shrimp in consistency, with a softness and crunch. The flavor is mild and sweet with a buttery edge.