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Are raw oysters meant to be chewed?

Asked: Andre Charron, Date Created:

Chew, chew, chew “An oyster is meant to be savored. Rather than swallowing whole, I recommend biting into the oyster so the full flavor profile can be experienced. Also, when consuming an oyster in the shell, remember the 'oyster liquor' is there to be enjoyed.

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