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What can I use if I don’t have an oyster knife?

Asked: ApisCaster, Last Updated:

If a fresh bivalve opportunity presents itself while you're without a shucking knife, you might try to break in using one of these alternative methods.

  • Fire. Heat is a great way to open an oyster, and the safest way to do so without a shucking knife. ...
  • Paring Knife. A paring knife can also open an oyster. ...
  • Screwdriver.
Feb 22, 2019

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