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What’s the best way to cook oysters?

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Turn off heat. Shuck and grill the oysters: If you are a shuckmeister: Shuck the oysters, spoon a little sauce in each oyster. Place oysters on a very hot, preheated grill, cover and cook for 5-6 minutes or until the edges of oysters curl slightly....Links:

Nutrition Facts (per serving)
3gCarbs
5gProtein

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