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"Ironically, oysters in coastal areas are frequently of lower quality than the oysters shipped farther inland. With today's refridgerated trucks, markets in Nebraska can have live oysters 36-48 hours after they're harvested."

Forgive me, GADawg, but you'll have a tough time convincing me that the oysters you get in places like Savannah, Mobile, and New Orleans are anything like the ones you find shipped in in the Midwest. Yes, if you know the right place, you can find acceptable ones in the North, but to me there's nothing like oysters on the halfshell in costal cities in the South. They are a wonderful tradition.

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