Where do oysters come from?

Answer Oysters are found in shallow bays of salt water, along the sand and gravel bottoms. More oysters come from Chesapeake Bay than from any other place in the world. In contrast, the waters off the pan... Read More »

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How to Eat Oysters?

Oysters are considered a great delicacy in many parts of the world. Here is how to cut their shells and eat them.

How to Dig Oysters?

Oyster digging or oyster harvesting, as it is also known, is best done at low tide when you can actually see the oysters. Small tidal pools can be accessed too, if the water is clear enough to see ... Read More »

How to Buy Oysters?

Oysters are one of the seas delicacies that are best enjoyed straight off the rocks. Many people are in the inland, where you don't have easy access to oysters. Here are instructions on how to buy ... Read More »

How do oysters form?

According to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department the oyster forms into a sexually mature adult in around three weeks from the time a fertilized egg hatches. Oysters form to have a natural hinged ... Read More »