Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Would You Eat It?


It's kind of pretty, don't you think? And it certainly qualifies as a luxury--a kilo costs around $1600. Ancient Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians adored the earthy flavor. But would you eat it? (I'd certainly give it a try.)

14 comments:

Kartoffel said...

Yep. I'd eat it. (Says a girl who would eat everything and just stole her pony some weird stuff just to try how it tastes to be a horse.)

Anonymous said...

I might try it...maybe...

Anonymous said...

Maybe if they were cheaper. I'll ask my spanish teacher about it.

AWESOME said...

umm what is it? and why do i want to eat it?

K W said...

Uck. No. Partly because I'm vegetarian. Partly 'cause I'm afraid that, by some total denial of logic, they'll hatch in my stomach.

Anonymous said...

it is SNAIL EGGS! maybe MAYBE

Harris. said...

I thought they were bath salts!
eugh, they bear a striking resemblance to my cat's old kitty litter.

MushroomCloud said...

dont see why not. I mean, we eat chicken eggs and the ovaries of trees. why not snail eggs? plus, i bet they're really nutritious!! :)

Kitty said...

Noo! Not only because I'm a vegetarian, I'd also feel so bad eating unhatched snails ;w;

Elizabeth said...

Errr. Probably not... I'm a pretty picky eater. Ewww...

Holy Lucy batman! said...

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TicTac said...

picking eating is reportedly an eating disorder.. haha its okay im a picky eater too. well...i think they are too pretty to eat. plus too expensive. plus i dont even like snails. im not a veggie but i wouldnt eat that just cause they remind me of babies o.O oh...and i dont eat eggs and what the heck is ovaries of trees???

The 355 said...

I would! I already eat fish eggs. PS there probably unfertilized so no baby snails. But yeah I would try them!

Amelia said...

I would eat it, it looks like tapioka.