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Use "krab" in a sentence
"Rather than "krab," the seafood equivalent of string cheese, they use real crab, and prove it by garnishing the endzone of the long serving plate with the crab leg shells."
"Maybe it's the fact that it's shredded into small pieces or that it's been soaked in the ceviche juices or that I rarely give this much thought to the taste of "krab," but I have to admit, it doesn't have that artificially sweet flavor, it's got a pretty good texture, and I'm not all that bothered by the substitution, though I'm sure some purists might disagree."
"Ramsay came in and found this ridiculous, especially when he ordered the "krab" omelet and found out "krab" was spelled that way because it was not real crabmeat."