Do You Eat Oysters Year-Round? July 26, 2010 by POPSUGAR Food 3 Save 0 Favorite 0 Last week we resolved the burning question of whether it's possible to eat oysters in months without the letter R. While oystermen have declared farmed oysters safe to eat year-round, some oyster aficionados maintain that the taste of an out-of-season oyster simply isn't the same. Where do you stand? Do you eat oysters all the time, or only when they're in season? PollOystersSeafoodShellfishEating Seasonally Tell your friends Link Love Go ahead and weep, because the sriracha factory shut downHuffPost BusinessCinnabon vodka, why?! — DelishThis news may urge you to boycott Pizza Hut — Grub StreetButtermilk's true history — America's Test Kitchen FeedEleven deep-fried turkey disasters — EaterA first look at Eataly Chicago — ZagatHow to transport your kitchen triumphs to mom's house, accident-free — Food52Thanksgiving-leftover must make: turkey pot pie — Yahoo! ShineNigella Lawson is in hot water — Today FoodSource: Instagram user djdavebernstein 3 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! GummiBears 3 years I never had oysters before, well the raw ones. I have a sensitive stomach so I suspect raw oysters would have me living in the bathroom for a month. doogirl 3 years Our rule is to not eat oysters unless you can see the ocean! partysugar 3 years I know I shouldn't but I do... You Might Also Like consumerism Nov 06, 2013 Don't Tell Anyone: 11 Secret Starbucks Saving Tips recipes Dec 17, 2012 65+ Appetizers Perfect For Any Occasion recipes Mar 01, 2013 35 Fantastic Recipes We Made This Month cooking tips Sep 16, 2013 Can You Refreeze Raw Meat After Thawing?