Joffrey Dubault, oyster farmer and founder of the company "So'ooh", poses with a box of flavored oysters in Marennes, southwestern France, on October 30, 2017. (AFP/Xavier Leoty)
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Frenchman invents lemony oysters in time for holidaysA French seafood farmer is proposing lemon-flavored oysters this holiday season, a delicacy he perfected after four years of trial-and-error experiments in his garage.Joffrey Dubault, 29, also offers oysters flavored with shallots, another perennial accompaniment usually served finely chopped and floating in vinegar.The process, which Dubault has patented, involves plunging the oysters into a tank of sea water laced with lemon extract for between two and 12 hours.The oysters naturally pump the water through sieve-like gills, becoming impregnated with the flavor.
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