Why I don’t eat snails at my restaurant, but instead buy them in bulk

In the restaurant world, snails are a staple.

A delicacy.

A mainstay.

The ubiquitous food in any home, on any table.

But it’s also an incredibly difficult beast to source.

And there’s a big reason: They’re hard to buy.

That’s a problem for diners, restaurants, and even consumers who crave the crunchy, crunchy goodness of snails.

(And for dinners who have to order snails to go, but don’t necessarily want to make it to their destination.)

But while snails aren’t as hard to source as many of the foods that are staples in the restaurant industry, it’s not easy.

And, while snail prices are relatively low, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to snails as a source of food.

Here’s our list of the top tips to finding snails that are worth your time, money, and effort.

How to get snails in bulk for your dining table If you’re dining out, you may not want to spend hours trying to get your order.

But if you’re ordering food for a larger group of people, it might be worth the effort.

Here are some tips: You can get your snails from grocery stores and supermarkets.

In addition to restaurants, grocery stores also have a huge inventory of snail products, and a variety of grocery stores sell different varieties.

The best places to buy snails include: Trader Joe’s (stores in New York and Philadelphia are the best places for this, as are Whole Foods, Trader Joe, Safeway, and other large retailers.)