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    BBQ !!!

    Cup side down on medium heat for 10 minutes. Shuck (use leather gloves, they will be HOT), Return to grill and add a dash of Tabasco sauce some minced garlic and/or some horseradish. Let the spices cook in for about 3 minutes. Yum!

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    Thank you for all the suggestions!

    I wasn't in the mood for raw yesterday. I went to the corner store and asked the woman working the deli if I could buy 2 T flour or corn meal. She of course gave it to me for free. "Fried" them using cooking spray. Squeezed some lemon juice and put some hot sauce on them. They were wonderful with some ice cold vodka from my freezer.

    I threw my flour away before I ever heard of primal mostly because the only time I used it was when I was hammered and decided to fry anything I had in the house.

    I don't keep oils in the house because they are icky. Like clear snot.

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    Raw with a splash of coconut aminos, top with fresh ginger, garlic and wasabi

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    Oyster ceviche. it's awesome and the cilantro removes heavy metals from your body.

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    Oyster shooters!
    Our local does a great version with pepper-infused vodka.

    Otherwise we eat them raw if they're Kumamotos or Shigokus or little tiny Pacifics/Olympias. This place is just down the road from us, so we get ours right out of the water - Taylor Shellfish Farms - Bow, WA
    Anything bigger, or from the grocery store gets BBQd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    I don't keep oils in the house because they are icky. Like clear snot.
    I lol'ed! So many people refer to raw oysters as giant loogies....guess it's all about individual perception.
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    Heat them in a sauce pan with coconut milk and butter. Add whatever spices you mike like, too.
    Would I be putting a grain-feed cow on a fad diet if I took it out of the feedlot and put it on pasture eating the grass nature intended?

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    Chuck 'em into a beef stew. In days gone by, oysters were cheap and often used as a bulking filler in meat dishes. They work out well this way - something like a Lancashire Hotpot?

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    More good ideas for next time. Thank you!

    JBailey, I looked at your website a few days ago, and it's just wonderful and beautiful!

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