But what about Slugs?
> Evidently fresh escargot ( rather than the stuff
>that comes in cans with shells on the side to make them look authentic) is a
So, can one do the same thing with slugs? Are they truly just snails
without a shell or are they a different species all together that would
poison anyone who dare cook them with butter?
This was a hot question on rec.gardens.edible a few years back, but no one
found a definitive answer. But Adam can find the answer to anything, so
I'm asking! ;-D
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