Oysters are highly loaded with essential nutrients, such as protein, vitamins, minerals,
and omega-3 fatty acids. They’re particularly high in vitamin B12, zinc, and copper.
shuck oysters meats are packaged in many different sizes(16oz, 32oz, 80oz, 10oz and
64oz) and prices and then stored in containers surrounded by ice and under
refrigerated storage at 45oF/7.2oC or less, until distributed.
- Each bag contains around 12 to 14 raw oysters with no shell
- Perfect if making kaki furai
- One bag will serve two main meals
These aren’t quite the real, live, heavenly thing but they’re not quite as inconvenient
either. If you’re looking to make something like oyster rockerfeller, then this is a
wonderfully easy way to do it. Or slip these into a fish pie or a steak and kidney
pudding. The species is Pacific oyster, normally from a South Korean oyster farm.
Just remember that these do not include a shell!
If you wanted the shell, we do sell packs of half shell oysters and half shell oysters in a white wine sauce.
When it comes to oysters, Maine has some of the finest in the world. The skill of our
oyster farm partners, combined with the cold nutrient-rich waters make our fresh
Maine oysters second to none.
You can expect a clean and briny flavor – a true taste of the sea. We enjoy Maine oysters
in a host of ways, including: raw on the half-shell, baked, grilled, or topped with caviar.
Check out our Oyster Rockefeller recipe for additional inspiration. We ship the freshest
Maine oysters in our inventory the day of your order – such as Browne points,
Pemaquids, John’s River, Moondancers, and Prout’s Neck (to name a few).
Our Kumamoto Oysters, or “Kumies,” as they are lovingly called, are creamy and mild,
with a deliciously sweet, almost melon flavor, and fresh fruity aroma. Taking 3-4 years
to grow before they are harvested, Kumamoto Oysters are worth the wait! Easily a
favorite of beginner and oyster lovers alike, this is a must-have at your next dinner
party. The beautiful, fluted shells of the Kumamoto make for an impressive display and
will be the ultimate crowd pleaser.
- Kumamoto Oysters are originally from Kumamoto Bay in Japan, which is how they got their name, and were introduced in the US in 1945.
- Our Kumamoto Oysters are harvested from the cold fresh waters of the Puget Sound in Washington.
- Our delicious Kumamoto Oysters are delivered live, you can’t get any fresher than that.
- These are a west coast oyster. While it depends on the variety, west coast oysters are typically a bit smaller, with a deeper cup compared to east coast oysters. They have a slightly sweeter taste, with a subtle mineral flavor, as compared to a more briney, savory flavor of east coast oysters. The best way to find your favorite is to try a few of each.
- The natural juice inside raw oysters is called liquor.
- To learn more about oysters, check out our Essential Guide to Oysters.
- Learn to shuck oysters with our How to Shuck Oysters Blog.
- Follow along with our video as we demonstrate how to shuck oysters.-