Will this French superfood crawl its way to American restaurants?

(Natural News) Escargot is the name for snail in the French tongue. These slimy little creatures have long been considered a delicacy in France, a nation well versed in the art of distinctive cuisine. France even celebrates a National Snail Day every May 24th, says Snailworld.com, who also reports that snails have been eaten for thousands of years because they are “low…

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