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Then again, even a thin summer oyster is still a thing of beauty. Cold and briny, with the fresh, salty-air scent of the ocean, they are the only animals commonly consumed live in the Western world. Paired with a frosty beer or a crisp white wine or Champagne, they are the perfect hors d'oeuvre. The key is knowing how to select your oysters and how to open them. You'll definitely need an oyster knife , a special dull-pointed, thick-bladed knife that is used to pry the back hinge open and separate the body from the shell.

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