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Offline Vision

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http://www.ehcan.com/SnailsAsFood.html

A little butter and garlic, YUM!!!    ;D

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As long as you let them graze on cornmeal for a few days to clear out their pipes.

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i tried some while i was in the air force. i ate them both in france and in italy. i loved them with garlic and butter. i also ate a horse steak while on my second trip to italy, it was one of the best pieces of meat i have ever had.

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I cannot say that all snails are created equal, but the escargot that I have had was quite good

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Our Pacific Northwest banana slugs are much meatier and have no shell to deal with.

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Our Pacific Northwest banana slugs are much meatier and have no shell to deal with.
And you can get protein just by licking them, no need to cook.

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that is frickin gross

I go to try it