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Which oysters are better east or west?

Asked: capt. patrick smith, Last Updated:

East Coast oysters are typically smoother with a large cup and crisp meat with a briny, savory flavor. By comparison, West Coast oysters typically have a ruffled shell with a deeper cup. The meat itself is sweet and plump with a subtle mineral flavor.

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