Oysters May Serve As Link In Transmission Of Norovirus

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  1. Westside PUFAs

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    Does cooking kill norovirus?
    Freezing?
     
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    Most people eat them raw. Cooking them makes them kind of rubbery, to me. Raw oyster is almost like a delicacy so if it got out of hand, people would just stop ordering them at restaurants because the cooking takes away from the pleasure of them. Maybe oyster soup would then be on the rise.
     
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    Lightly Pickling them with the citrus peels and juice or cider vinegar,sugar,bring the liquid to the boil and pour over them should be enough to cook.
     
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