How Long Do Oysters Keep?


You can keep live, refrigerated oysters for one to two days. They can be eaten as long as they are still alive. Always check the shellfish for signs of life before eating. How you store live oysters is by covering them with a damp cloth to keep them from drying out. Shelled, or shucked, oysters can be kept at 35 degrees Fahrenheit or less for up to 7 days, or by the 'use by' date.
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1. Place your oysters on a cookie sheet or other similar item (such as a plate or platter) with their flat side up. 2. Wet a towel with cold water, then wring out the excess to leave
it depends on when the expiraation date is.
Oysters in the shell should be used from seven to ten
Oysters might save for a couple of weeks, but you don't know how old they were when you bought them. They should smell like sea water; smell each one individually. If it smells dodgy
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