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How do you eat Miyagi oysters?

Asked: Jacob Martindale, Last Updated:

The milk of the ocean: Matsushima oysters These raw exported oysters from Miyagi, with their thick and enjoyable taste, also earned them the name “the milk of the sea”. When eaten raw, you squeeze just a little lemon on top to hold back the natural bite of the oyster's taste.

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