Canned smoked oysters are as good as fresh oysters. They are packed with B12, zinc, copper, selenium, and many other useful nutrients but low in calories and carbs.
However, smoked oysters are usually high in sodium, so it’s not really good to consume frequently.
So can smoked oysters make you sick? The answer will be yes if you eat them overboard. According to research, infusing foods with smoke promotes the formation of toxic compounds that may cause cancer.
Not all smoked foods pose this risk, but there is still a potential for low levels of these substances, so it’s better to be safe.
Do oysters have poop in them?
Of course, oysters poop like any other living creature in the world. However, they have a straightforward digestive system, and there’s simply no way anatomically for oysters to accumulate fecal material in their bodies.
We might not be sure about where precisely the oysters’ poop go, but the regular black and green stuff you see in oysters are safe, and you can eat them.
Some people say they are the oyster belly. Some say they are the color of the plankton that oysters have been eating. Others say they are poop. Still, no one says they are at risk but flavorful, so there is no need to worry.
How do oysters help sexually?
We all heard that eating oysters will help you improve your sexual life, and this is the truth. However, most people consider that it because of the slippery feeling and the weird texture of the oysters that refer you to the bedroom activities, maybe but not exactly.
People feel hornier when eating oysters, thanks to the high level of zinc, that will be an exact explanation. This mineral helps the body produce testosterone, a hormone critical in regulating women’s and men’s libido and sexual function.
Specifically, zinc will improve sperm count and swimming ability, and increase sexual potency in men and also help ovaries of a woman stay healthy.
How to eat smoked oysters?
You can search for varieties of brilliant uses of canned smoked oysters. It’s way convenient not to need to prepare the oysters, which I think is the hardest step in the whole process.
In this part, you will learn a recipe for one of the most common and most straightforward way to eat smoked oysters. It’s smoked oyster spread that goes perfect with crackers.
- 2 cans smoked oysters (drained)
- 1 ½ cups Greek Yogurt
- 1 green onion, diced
- 1 tsp. of Worcestershire Sauce
- Salt & pepper to taste
- A bowl
- A fork
- A spoon or spatula
- Mash the smoked oysters with a fork in a bowl
- Mix in yogurt, Worcestershire sauce, green onions, and salt & pepper
- Serve chilled on crackers or with sliced veggies like cucumbers or jicama for dipping
- You can use any kind of yogurt, but it’s recommended to use Greek yogurt because this kind has a thicker consistency and is loaded with way more proteins than regular yogurt