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Old 2nd August 2013, 08:31 PM   #2361
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hehe,

In the old days I would start in on them and not stop till 3 or 4 were happily resting in me belly. Nowadays I'm afraid I have lost the lust for feasting so I actually have to struggle through a 2nd one. We have to buy them frozen but they are very reasonable here too. I think they are $6 for a 6 pack of them.
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Old 2nd August 2013, 10:37 PM   #2362
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Just Google-meandered all over Oysters around the world.

"In 1860, some 12 million oysters were sold in New York markets; by 1880, the area's oyster beds were producing 700 million a year"

All later destroyed by pollution. I had no idea - so much to learn!
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I just did something similar and found that what I thought were baby oysters, might just be full grown. Seems the Pacific Oyster is a rather large variety compared with some others.
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"Wild Oysters" from the 40's is a gem if you can find it, seems the copyright police have had it removed.
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"Prairie Oysters" anyone?
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"Prairie Oysters" anyone?
Now that's a different kettle of lobsters!
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