$30 per dozen.
From a tideland hatchery in Humbolt, CA. Oyster connoisseurs recognize these as “kumies”. They tend to be less available and more expensive as the oysters from the waters of central California yield smaller quantities and have a slower growth rate. The Kumamotos from this area tend to be petite, yet very sweet. The flavor profile is very light, sweet, buttery, and not briny. Each package includes one dozen oysters.
Nutrition (1 medium oyster): protein: 4.7g, Fat: 1.2g, carbohydrates: 2.5g. Oysters are an extremely good source of B12, zinc, copper and selenium. Omega 3 to omega 6 ratio is 25:1. (Nutrient data for this listing was provided by USDA SR-21.)
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