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spygirl

I think the answer is No

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It isn't pleasant to eat slugs, but I'd have thought that the usual outcome would just be nausea and a bad guts for a day.  I'd suggest he was just desperately unlucky.

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1 hour ago, dgul said:

It isn't pleasant to eat slugs, but I'd have thought that the usual outcome would just be nausea and a bad guts for a day.  I'd suggest he was just desperately unlucky.

Lots of adverts over the summer advising dog owners to get thier pets immunised against it.

Perhaps they need frying with a bit of Garlic first 

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Botlet #1 once asked why people rear edible snails, but you don't get slug farms.

We researched it.

It was the risk of some sort of nematode-induced meningitis from contamination by parasites in rodent faeces that put us off performing any gastronomical experiments...

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4 hours ago, unregistered_guest said:

Botlet #1 once asked why people rear edible snails, but you don't get slug farms.

We researched it.

It was the risk of some sort of nematode-induced meningitis from contamination by parasites in rodent faeces that put us off performing any gastronomical experiments...

You dont pick snails off the wall.

They are captured, fed a speical diet, then put on oat meal then starved before harvesting.

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