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When were oysters first eaten?

Asked: Hugues Gelinas, Last Updated:

Oyster chow-down Archaeologists have found evidence that oysters provided an important food source as early as 10,000 years ago in Australia. They were cultivated in Japan from at least 2000 BC. And the ancient Romans practiced oyster farming as early as the 1st century BC.

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