ailime escreveu:No, I have never eaten snails. Although its a very strange dish I would try one day if I had chance to.
In my opinion, it's all cultural. For example, in China , they are used to eating dogs and in Philippines they eat "Balut egg" which is a fertilized duck (or chicken) egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell.
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No, I have never eaten snails. Although it would appear to be a very strange dish, I would like to try it some day, if I have the chance to do so. In my opinion, it's all cultural. Two examples are; in China dog meat is considered a delicacy, and the Philippines a favorite delicacy is "Balut eggs", which are whole fertilized duck (or chicken) eggs with a nearly developed embryo that are boiled and eaten in the shell.