These pacific oysters have found a great new home in the clean, nutrient rich waters of Southern Australia. Delicious fat oysters.
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Pacific oyster - Crassostrea gigas
Origin : Australia
Nutritional information (per 100g portion)
Kcal : 80.0000
Protein (g) : 9.5
Carbohydrate (g) : 6
Fat (g) : 2.3
Cholesterol (mg) : 47
Sodium (mg) : 106
Farmed in Coffin Bay, South Australia, taking 18 months to mature. The nutrient rich cold waters from the depths of the Antarctic surge up into the temperate waters of this rural outpost causing an explosion of highly nutritious food.
A firm, delicate oyster meat with a refreshing sweet ocean burst and pleasant saltiness
Keep alive till ready to serve. Keep in the shell with cup side down to retain moisture (damp cloth covering them). Keep chilled (but not in ice or water). Best to eat as soon as possible.
To best savor the flavour, enjoy “au naturel”, slurping the oyster meat and liquid “right from the shell”. Serve the oysters raw on bottom shell (top shell removed) on bed of ice with slice of lemon or vinegar seasoning or Tabasco sauce. Have a small fork to detach the meat if necessary. Cooked option include oyster Kilpatrick and oyster mornay.