If you can find them try the dry shucked scallops. Most scallops are shucked on the boat and washed in a bleaching solution to make them all white, this causes them like chicken to take on moisture. Real ones have a light orange colour in some. These are so sweet you can eat them raw. Sliced thin with a little olive oil and lemon, course sea salt sprinkled over. Great off the backyard grill as well.
I spent a couple of weeks around Lunenberg N.S. and did not eat meat the whole time. Any place where one can get a lobster salad sandwich from a supermarket bunker, 8 paks of Alexander Keith’s well life can be pretty good.