12 cooked Snails in Garlic Butter + Taste of France £1.99 @ Lidl
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12 cooked Snails in Garlic Butter + Taste of France £1.99 @ Lidl

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LocalFound 2nd May 2012
Absolute bargain, and much tastier than your UK garden variety...
Cheap as chips @ only £1.99 for 12 Cooked Snails in Garlic Butter,

Offer starts Thursday 3rd May @ LIDL
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Cheap as chips? Where do you buy your bloody chips???!!!

Chips are £1.50 my way... how's that cheap as chips?
Some things really should not be considered as food!!oO
I love them, will buy some
I've got stacks of free snails, seem to be multiplying like mad ...can't think why...will need to provide own garlic tho...any offers?
eww
And it looks like they're pink, hot from me
Mussels are related to snails but eating them in garlic butter is somehow acceptable in this country but not snails...

Saying that, I'm going to say no thank you on this one
Can't see these racing out of the stores, not if you have to shell out £1.99
heat on price

But I will not be buying, one was enough for me 10yrs ago
Chewy snot in garlic butter- enjoy!
burky69

Can't see these racing out of the stores, not if you have to shell out … Can't see these racing out of the stores, not if you have to shell out £1.99




No pun(s) intended? - Liar;)
Milki_bar_Kid

Chewy snot in garlic butter- enjoy!



lol
some things are just wrong.
Heat for the picture of Gary
Posted on the MSE email that I received about 1 this morning...
rqmusicfan

Heat for the picture of Gary



Gary ?

i thought the snail was called "Brian"
Damn French!

Still hot for awkwardness.
Heat for the picture
people are gona start eating the bugs they find in their baths soon
Snails?! You are having a laugh right...
ERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Taste like chicken ?
actually garden snails are perfectly edible, you jsut need to flush their system before cooking them
this is not a particularly special price.

Cold
Milki_bar_Kid

Chewy snot in garlic butter- enjoy!



chewy snot? what does that taste of? i guess you've eaten snot be4 lol ewwwwwwww
the French will eat anything in there gardens lol
Yuk ! Some things are just not meant to be food ....
collectorcol

Not done too well since going hot. Might be putting everyone off their … Not done too well since going hot. Might be putting everyone off their dinner.How the hell do you flush a snails system?



Basically stop them eating, so pop them in a box for a week or two and then boil them!!

Really like snails used to get them in a a local deli, shells in the bottom half and a tin of the snails on top, pop the snail back in it's shell bit of garlic and butter, beautiful!!
Edited by: "johnraggett" 2nd May 2012
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MassiveScrub

Mussels are related to snails but eating them in garlic butter is somehow … Mussels are related to snails but eating them in garlic butter is somehow acceptable in this country but not snails...Saying that, I'm going to say no thank you on this one



Exactly what's the difference between this and prawns. They're both as disgusting as each other.

Saing that, I'm a vegetarian therefore it's a no thank you from me too.
GAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY !!!!!!!!!!!! Noooooooooo Save the snail 1
spongebob will be turning in his washing up bowl

We tried these in France and they were surprisingly nice, I wouldn't mind trying these, anyone know how they come? chilled, frozen etc
johnraggett

Basically stop them eating, so pop them in a box for a week or two and … Basically stop them eating, so pop them in a box for a week or two and then boil them!!Really like snails used to get them in a a local deli, shells in the bottom half and a tin of the snails on top, pop the snail back in it's shell bit of garlic and butter, beautiful!!



Just to be clear you still feed them If you feed them carrot once there pooh comes through orange they are flushed, well that's what someone told me
crissy_uk

We tried these in France and they were surprisingly nice, I wouldn't mind … We tried these in France and they were surprisingly nice, I wouldn't mind trying these, anyone know how they come? chilled, frozen etc


Looks like they are frozen
Adamtien92

chewy snot? what does that taste of? i guess you've eaten snot be4 lol … chewy snot? what does that taste of? i guess you've eaten snot be4 lol ewwwwwwww




I think we all did as kids.

Chewy snot as opposed to the slimy snot of Oysters.
BTW, aren't snails suppose to taste a bit gritty?
I guess its Bear Grylls time
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