Arsella is the Italian word for mussel, baby clam or scallop. It refers to clams in Genoa and Sardinia. It is also a variety of a wedge-shaped clam that is eaten raw or usually consumed on a half shell, raw

Arsella is pronounced "ahr-sehl-lah"

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