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An 8-quart pot will easily take one lobster, a 16-quart pot, 2 or 3 lobsters. If you are cooking a lot of lobsters you'll either need to cook them in stages or have more than one pot of water boiling. 1 Fill a large pot 3/4 full of water. Add 2 Tbsp of salt for every quart of water. 2 Grasp the lobster by the body and lower it upside down and head first into the boiling water. 3 Note the time at which the water comes to a boil again. Note that larger lobsters will turn bright red before they are completely finished cooking, so you do want to time your cooking, and not just go on color alone. 4 Remove the lobsters from the pot with tongs and place on a plate to drain and cool. How to Eat Lobster Before you get started, you'll want to assemble some essentials. After the lobster comes out of the pot, let it cool for a few minutes, otherwise it will be too hot to handle.
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