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How do you keep shucked oysters fresh?

Asked: Ivan Tarasyuk, Last Updated:

Keeping them as cold as possible will keep them fresh. "Otherwise, they'll spoil and smell, and it'll be a bad situation," says Perry. It doesn't matter if you're cooking them or serving them raw—keeping them cozy with a bag of ice is your best bet.

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