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[Amazon.ca] M'Lord Canned Snails - 115g - $4.49 w/Prime [Preorder, drops June 14]

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[Amazon.ca] M'Lord Canned Snails - 115g - $4.49 w/Prime [Preorder, drops June 14]

Don't ask m'lady whether this is a worthy buy... buy now think later.

From the listing: "Man has been eating snails since the Stone Age", and Man is about to eat well again as of June 14, 2021 when this pre-order drops.

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Sorry OP these are at Walmart for $2.97 so this isn’t a good deal at all.
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hi-tech wrote: Disturbing on so many fronts.

Incel branding, snails, cans...canned snails.
First of all, that's just your association

Second of all, if you don't like it, don't buy it? No need to judge other people's eating habits. There's nothing wrong with canned food either. Some canned products are preferred over their fresh/frozen counterparts.
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hi-tech wrote: Disturbing on so many fronts.

Incel branding, snails, cans...canned snails.
incel? from the description of the product? geez, there's RFD and there's Reddit
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Just curious has anyone tried these and comment how they taste like? Never tried canned snail before.

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dericchan1 wrote: Just curious has anyone tried these and comment how they taste like? Never tried canned snail before.

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they are actually really good ....just rinse with water and cook it with whatever sauce u want ....I either put it in cream or pesto sauce pasta or just baked it with garlic and butter in an oven safe escargot dish
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funny how the west can’t handle anything other then burgers and fries. yeesh
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I’m in the west I eat these. What are you talking about ?
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hi-tech wrote: Disturbing on so many fronts.

Incel branding, snails, cans...canned snails.
And don’t forget, snails buried long enough turn into petroleum.
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Not a good deal.
Available free in my garden.
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A pre-order on snails? And here I thought I had seen it all...
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Regular price, is this supposed to be a joke post?
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I've never had canned snails, they like mussels?

Googled an image of an opened can (random brand) and got to say it doesn't look that appealing.
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Also society's gone to the gutters if M'Lord somehow is thought of as incel branding...
It's things like this that make companies rebrand things like Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben, Land O’Lakes Butter, etc because someone has negative opinions of the branding, even if there might not be an ill will to it.
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I know alot of people eat these, and I've been meaning to try it one day just to see how they are, can these be put on the grill for a few seconds? Can they be eaten raw (is it safe), what is the tastiest way to prepare something like this?
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I sent a can to my brother in law to his new house. I hope he is as confused as I am.
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blackbirdman wrote: I know alot of people eat these, and I've been meaning to try it one day just to see how they are, can these be put on the grill for a few seconds? Can they be eaten raw (is it safe), what is the tastiest way to prepare something like this?
They don't really taste like anything, similar to "Tofu", they absorb the tastes around them.

You can Grill, Bake, Fry or eat raw. I like to bake then in the oven in lots of garlic butter, chili pepper, salt and pepper.

I love the texture of snails, it's very chewy, perhaps similar to Calamari in consistency.


Some people use these in the oven:

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Make sure you have lots of bread to suck up the garlic butter.

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