Nov 26, 2019

Shuck Oysters

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#*Do your best not to break the shell into pieces. A few stray bits may get inside, but the shell should stay mostly intact.  
 
#*Do your best not to break the shell into pieces. A few stray bits may get inside, but the shell should stay mostly intact.  
 
#*Don't tip the shell from side to side or turn it over, or the delicious juices inside will pour out.  
 
#*Don't tip the shell from side to side or turn it over, or the delicious juices inside will pour out.  
#Open the oyster. When the top and bottom shells are separated, open the oyster, taking care to hold it level. Run the knife along the top shell to separate any remaining meat.<ref>https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/07/knife-skills-how-to-shuck-an-oyster.html</ref>[[Image:Shuck Oysters Step 9 Version 3.jpg|center]]
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#[[Open Oysters|Open the oyster]]. When the top and bottom shells are separated, open the oyster, taking care to hold it level. Run the knife along the top shell to separate any remaining meat.<ref>https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/07/knife-skills-how-to-shuck-an-oyster.html</ref>[[Image:Shuck Oysters Step 9 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*Check the oyster for shells or grit.  
 
#*Check the oyster for shells or grit.  
 
#*If you wish, carefully separate the oyster meat from the bottom shell, so you or your guest won't have to do so before eating the oyster. Place it back in the bottom shell before serving.  
 
#*If you wish, carefully separate the oyster meat from the bottom shell, so you or your guest won't have to do so before eating the oyster. Place it back in the bottom shell before serving.  
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* Towel or heavy, protective glove.
 
* Towel or heavy, protective glove.
 
* A good-quality, sharp knife (preferably an oyster knife).
 
* A good-quality, sharp knife (preferably an oyster knife).
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