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How do you flush oysters?

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Place the scrubbed oysters in a large bowl filled with one gallon of fresh water and one-third cup of salt. Soak the oysters for 20 minutes. The oysters will cycle the water through their system, cleaning themselves, and expel the sand. Repeat this process two more times, being sure to use clean water for each soaking.

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