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Clean Oysters

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#*Alternatively, you can place a clean hand towel on the counter or other flat surface. Put a cleaned oyster on the towel. Use another hand towel to hold the oyster steady as you prepare to open it.<ref>https://ift.tt/33t6o7T>
 
#*Alternatively, you can place a clean hand towel on the counter or other flat surface. Put a cleaned oyster on the towel. Use another hand towel to hold the oyster steady as you prepare to open it.<ref>https://ift.tt/33t6o7T>
 
#Find the hinge of the oyster shell. The hinge is the meeting point of the top and bottom side of the shell. This is where you'll insert the oyster knife. Look for a slight indentation between the top and bottom halves.<ref>http://www.foodrepublic.com/2011/06/30/how-to-clean-and-shuck-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#Find the hinge of the oyster shell. The hinge is the meeting point of the top and bottom side of the shell. This is where you'll insert the oyster knife. Look for a slight indentation between the top and bottom halves.<ref>http://www.foodrepublic.com/2011/06/30/how-to-clean-and-shuck-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 6.jpg|center]]
#Open the shell. Insert the tip of your oyster knife blade into the hinge. Jiggle the blade by rotating your wrist back and forth. Apply enough pressure to open the shell.<ref>http://www.formerchef.com/2013/02/09/oysters-part-2-how-to-buy-clean-and-open-raw-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 7.jpg|center]]
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#[[Open Oysters|Open the shell]]. Insert the tip of your oyster knife blade into the hinge. Jiggle the blade by rotating your wrist back and forth. Apply enough pressure to open the shell.<ref>http://www.formerchef.com/2013/02/09/oysters-part-2-how-to-buy-clean-and-open-raw-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Loosen the oyster from the shell. Slide the blade between the body and the flat side of the shell. This will slice through the muscle that attaches the oyster to the shell. Then, remove the flat side. Repeat the process with the cup side of the shell.<ref>http://www.formerchef.com/2013/02/09/oysters-part-2-how-to-buy-clean-and-open-raw-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#Loosen the oyster from the shell. Slide the blade between the body and the flat side of the shell. This will slice through the muscle that attaches the oyster to the shell. Then, remove the flat side. Repeat the process with the cup side of the shell.<ref>http://www.formerchef.com/2013/02/09/oysters-part-2-how-to-buy-clean-and-open-raw-oysters/</ref>[[Image:Clean Oysters Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
#*As you loosen the body, avoid spilling any liquid from the shell. This “oyster liquor” retains the original flavor of the meat.<ref>https://ift.tt/33t6o7T>  
 
#*As you loosen the body, avoid spilling any liquid from the shell. This “oyster liquor” retains the original flavor of the meat.<ref>https://ift.tt/33t6o7T>  


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