Are smoked oysters still good if they are green?
"Smoked oysters usually are found to be a light brown color. Occasionally, however, they show a green tinge. This is not a sign of spoilage, but a natural happening due to bad weather.
When the rough seas tear and destroy the oyster beds, the oysters sink to the bottom and must feed on the green seaweed. A large amount of the chlorophyll is retained, and the smoking cure will not cover the green.
The color does not affect the delicate flavor. It has, however, caused questions of concern from consumers."
Flax Seed oil has a healthy mixture of different fats, mono and poly unsaturated and the oysters themselves have omega-3. All of these fats are essential to a healthy diet. The oysters are also protein rich and can be considered a good source of whole protein and Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) On a downside the canned smoked oysters are probably heavy on the sodium.
Smoked Oysters are Good for You! Oysters are high in Omega-3 fatty acid and taurin, know to clear the arteries and benefit the central nervous system. Oysters are not only delicious, but they're also one of the most nutritionally well balanced of foods, containing protein, carbohydrates and lipids. Remarkably, oysters contain almost zero fat. The National Heart and Lung Institute suggest oysters as an ideal food for inclusion in low-cholesterol diets. Oysters contain more proteins…
As long as your willing to eat them. This is a tough question to answer. If the oysters were on the verge of spoiling prior to cooking then that changes everything. It also depends on how they were cooked. Fried oysters will be fine refrigerated for a few days where as oyster stew will be good for just about a week. Seriously I wouldn't eat cooked oysters more than 3 or 4 days old.