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    Ill never be that hungry to east snails.

    Ill save them for my wife


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    How do you think they would taste if you fried them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin_baker View Post
    How do you think they would taste if you fried them?
    You've got to be careful when frying them, as they can get very tuff. A light sautee in garlic butter with panchetta bread crumbs would be a better way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripwire View Post
    Ill never be that hungry to east snails.

    Ill save them for my wife
    lets hope you never have to eat those words, you have noticed that this is a wilderness survival and emergency preparedness site, right?
    but all kidding aside you bring up an excellent point, eating wild is all about what you can get used to, bring someone to burger king or a fancy resturant that lives close to the land, lets think appalachia area for reference those folks might puke if they had to eat "civilized food" whose better off? well lets hope we never have to find out
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin_baker View Post
    How do you think they would taste if you fried them?

    not much of a cooker/fryer myself
    first thoughts here is looking for the simplest, easiest way of preparation, in the bush > boiling in hot water

    maybe, MAYBE, if i came across some wild onions/garlic, i could mix that in with the snails
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    CG, do you have any onions or garlic over your way?
    we do not here, but i have heard tell there is some a wee bit south of me on the island
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    Quote Originally Posted by wareagle69 View Post
    CG, do you have any onions or garlic over your way?
    we do not here, but i have heard tell there is some a wee bit south of me on the island
    For sure some wild garlic on Manitoulin Island. My Dad and Pepere used to go pick some every year. Yummy. Looks like a small onion taste like mild garlic. As for the snails, I think I would swallow them whole

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    hey bud, your the french one snails should be your thing. johny over in the woodroom has said there are some in the town we work in, should find them soon enough

    nice to see ya post every now and then lol
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