Great Oyster Finds in Los Angeles | KCET
Great Oyster Finds in Los Angeles
Oysters are one of the most pleasurable things to eat and I'm not just talking about it being an aphrodisiac. For one thing, according to Mark Reynolds of The Jolly Oyster, "Generally speaking as a food source, you would be hard pushed to find something that isn't more sustainable or environmentally friendly." Unlike other farmed seafood, oysters filter feed at the bottom of the food chain, consuming algae naturally found in the sea. Eating such a green-friendly food would bring joy to any mindful eater.
There are many fun facts about oysters, but in the meantime, celebrate National Oyster Day knowing that those briny bivalves are good for you and the ecosystem. Here are some of our favorites around Los Angeles.
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