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Are jarred oysters safe?

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FYI: we don't recommend eating previously shucked oysters (the kind we sell in a jar) raw. Not that they're harmful, just that they've had most of their -ness rinsed off. Don't get us wrong: the shucked oysters are amazing, and might be the best thing we sell, but they're meant to be cooked.

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