Crayfish are a staple of Southern cuisine. Resembling small lobsters, they average 3 inches in length and inhabit freshwater lakes and streams. People in some parts of the United States call them crawfish. The nutrients available in crawfish are similar to those in other shellfish, such as shrimp and crab. People typically boil crawfish with vegetables such as corn, potatoes and onions and enjoy it over rice.
Here are the process about how to make crayfish as a product...
People usually catch crayfish at early morning or at night.
After catching, the pedlar will sell crayfish to wholesale markets, then wholesalers send them to the restaurant.
Except for sending to the wholesale market, there are also a part of crayfish will send to the factory.