[NAFEX] Fw: slugs as food
Lon J. Rombough
lonrom at hevanet.com
Fri Aug 1 23:49:33 EDT 2008
My son put out sheets of old corrugated aluminum siding to provide
shelter/habitat for garter snakes a couple of years ago and now we have
almost no slugs. The snakes need cover and the aluminum sheets give
them that, plus warmth. Ironically, the slugs seek out the same areas
and get eaten that much faster. The snakes go out from their shelter
areas and clean the surrounding zones of other slugs. You get a
reduction in slugs the first year, and in the second year they almost
The method works best if there is a water source for the snakes and
some brushy cover as well.
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On Aug 1, 2008, at 6:33 PM, Ernest Plutko wrote:
This is a good site. Think slug soup, slug pie, slug meat loaf. I
actually thought about eating slugs but I just couldn't do it.
Probably loaded with parasites and nasties.
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From: Hilborn.E at epamail.epa.gov
To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: RE: [NAFEX] Fw: slugs as food
Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2008 11:55:34 -0400
> Here is a site claiming to list edible molluscs.
> However they make a valid disclaimer at the top about toxins, and of
> course thorough cooking is needed to kill pathogens/ parasites.
> Bon appetit!
> "What about slugs? Are they edible? We eat escargot, a snail carrying
> shell, so I have started wondering about slugs. I can tell you that
> plentiful in this part of the world right now, with the unusual
> skies and daily downpours we have been having. We find slugs
> would be pointless to tell you what they are capable of when they are
> present in great numbers.
> However, if we though of them as a source of easily accessible
> it could be seen as a bonus....
> Any comments or recipes?
> Hélène, zone 4, north of Ottawa"
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