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  • Famously sandy Katama Bay separates Chappaquiddick Island from the rest of Martha's Vineyard. Katama, which means "crab-fishing place" in the original Wampanoag, is a shellfish bonanza. Clamdiggers and scallopers cruise its shallow waters for oysters that sit happily on a nice, solid substrate. They are scrubbed clean in the currents, accounting for their notable bleached shells, while their flavor mixes an intense brine, typical of their Atlantic origin, with a sweet-cream roundness. The combination is both mysterious and wonderful, making these some of New England's finest. (from the vendor)

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