We love to eat raw oysters, so here is how to shuck them. We recommend buying an oyster knife, but in a pinch you can use a flathead screwdriver and a cloth or rag. If you have a screwdriver with a rubber grip, this is best as you will get wet doing this. Hold the oyster in place with your non dominant hand, then stick the screwdriver in the oyster’s hinge and twist to pop the bivalve open. Once you open the shell run the blade around to detach the muscle. I wash the oyster off to ensure no broken shells or sand remains. Also, pay careful attention to other organisms (worms and such) that may be inside the oyster, we recommend discarding these entirely to avoid getting sick. Otherwise, enjoy!