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Spokane is a few hundred miles away from salt water, but we still love our oysters

Ancient humans devoured oysters, poets have penned adoring poems about them, and doctors, dieticians and lovers praise their benefits. Modern humans have cultivated oysters for thousands of years. In the new world, coastal Native Americans, already utilizing the bounty of oysters…

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