For an exciting variation on classic fish and chips, try fresh Tasmanian mussels simmered in a spicy tomato and white wine broth. They work just as well with crunchy bread.
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Any unopened mussels should not be discarded as they are still fine to eat (despite previous concerns that suggested otherwise). The tendon connecting the shells simply needs to be slit with a small sharp knife to open the mussel.