I posted this once before, but didn't really get a good answer.
I work in a seafood restaurant, have fore a couple years, but one day, when it came time to do murder time with Mrs. Lobster (yes I can tell the difference between males and females), after I split her open and removed the tomalley and the roe sack, she looked like this. I've never seen this before, and my manager just told me to do a different lobster because it looked weird.
Does anyone know why the flesh of a live lobster would look like this?