Crawfish – also know as crayfish, crawdads, or mudbugs – have been part of Louisiana cuisine since before the first European settlers made it to what is now the United States, so a good estimate for the first crawfish eaten would be sometime in the 1400s. Crawfish farming did not come into existence until the 1960s, however. Louisiana currently supplies 98% of all crawfish for the U.S.
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