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Some of the less common oysters available include Snow Creek, Golden Mantle, Otter Cove, Sinku, Malaspina, Deer Creek, Quadra Island, Thorndyke, Summer Ice, Sister Point, Stellar Bay, Pebble Cove, Baywater Sweet, Deep Bay, Dosewallips and Cortes Island.
Chef's Resources lists over 60 varieties of Pacific Coast oysters and 40 varieties of Atlantic Coast oysters. Follow the links to these oyster varieties
Atlantic Oyster Varieties
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