I often wonder how and why does oysters produce pearls. I mean, its production stage inside a shell is just simply amazing. When we were in Pagudpud, I saw a lot of vendors selling oysters in the road market. I heard from a news somewhere that oysters and other sea shell food products are not safe from the coastal of Batangas and Subic. There is a red tide alert in those areas. The last time I ate oysters were when hubby and I are Boracay. I am not really really about the difference of a regular oyster versus Gulf oysters
. The http://beoysteraware.com
is a helpful website for oyster fanatic as it gives various information about the benefits and effects of eating oysters. I know a few friends who are fond of eating raw oysters. Just like them, I didn't know that eating raw oysters can also be risky. Thanks to this oyster website. It was designed to educate the oyster consuming public. It also provides a thorough background on vibrio vulnificus
and the health conditions that place an individual in the at-risk category, as well as present tasty oyster products with reduced risk for all consumers to enjoy, including at-risk consumers.
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