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Are you comfortable eating snails and if so, how do you like them to be cooked?


 

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P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    Guess you have been brave enough to try it once! Thinking of all that slime makes it a definite no, no for me I am afraid. I do not think anyone could persuade me to eat one duffsmom. Thanks for your comment.


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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    One can't imagine why people bother if they have to eat garlic and butter in order to make them taste good! If we were short of protein on the universe then it might be a useful addition to the diet! Thanks Jim TXMiller, appreciate your stopping by


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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    Seen in the garden they can be an interesting subject to photograph, especially after the rain when they pop their head out of the shell. Eating them is another matter, can never bring myself to do it! Thanks for the comment Lisa HW

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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    Snails are definitely not on my list of foods either and fortunately I don't see too many of them in the garden. I think they have to be fed in a particular way to clean out their insides before you consume them so garden snails are out! Thanks you.

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    Sally Gulbrandsen (sallybea) 4 years ago

    I confess I have not been brave enough to try them yet. I Guess that the strong flavors added to them make them taste of something! Thanks for the comment Handicapped Chef.


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