These very large escargots from Straight from France are genuine Helix Pomatia snails (ie the Wild Burgundy snails or caracol Burdeos salvaje in Spanish). Weighting between 20 and 40 grams, the Helix Pomatia escargot is bigger than the Helix Aspersa Muller (also known as the “escargot Petit-Gris” in French) and about the same size as the Helix Lucorum snail.

These escargots are land snails, not sea snails, which are bigger and have a different texture, taste and nutritional content.

Precooked, these canned snails are easy to prepare. Just drain the can, rinse the escargots and put them in the oven. Season them with garlic butter and parsley and put them in snail shells or in vol-au vent pastries for presentation. You can also chop the snails and mix them in your favorite sauce.

This can of delicious escargots contains snail meat only (no snail shells).
These premium escargots are imported straight from France.

These very large escargots from Straight from France are genuine Helix Pomatia snails (ie the Wild Burgundy snails or caracol Burdeos salvaje in Spanish). Weighting between 20 and 40 grams, the Helix Pomatia escargot is bigger than the Helix Aspersa Muller (also known as the “escargot Petit-Gris” in French) and about the same size as the Helix Lucorum snail.

These escargots are land snails, not sea snails, which are bigger and have a different texture, taste and nutritional content.

Precooked, these canned snails are easy to prepare. Just drain the can, rinse the escargots and put them in the oven. Season them with garlic butter and parsley and put them in snail shells or in vol-au vent pastries for presentation. You can also chop the snails and mix them in your favorite sauce.

This can of delicious escargots contains snail meat only (no snail shells).
These premium escargots are imported straight from France.

This pack of bulk snail shells contains 48 large empty shells that have been thoroughly washed and are ready for use.

Empty escargot snail shells are usually stuffed with snail meat for the presentation of escargot dishes. They are perfectly suited to be garnished with our Straight from France canned snails. Either the Helix Pomatia Burgundy snails or the Helix Lucorum snail meat will fit in these shells.

However, although these snail shells are not apple snail shells but Helix snail shell, they can be used as aquarium shells for decoration. They can also be used for crafts.

These escargot shells are imported straight from France.

These very large escargots from Straight from France are genuine Helix Lucorum snails.

Weighting between 20 and 40 grams, The Helix Lucorum escargot is bigger than the Helix Aspersa Muller (also known as the “escargot Petit-Gris” in French) and about the same size as the Helix Pomatia snail (also called the wild Burgundy snail or caracol Burdeos salvaje in Spanish).

These escargots are land snails, not sea snails, which are bigger and have a different texture, taste and nutritional content.
Precooked, these canned snails are easy to prepare. Just drain the can, rinse the escargots and put them in the oven. Season them with garlic butter and parsley and put them in snail shells or in vol-au vent pastries for presentation. You can also chop the snails and mix them in your favorite sauce.

This can of delicious escargots contains snail meat only (no snail shells).

These premium escargots are imported straight from France.

These very large escargots from Straight from France are genuine Helix Lucorum snails.

Weighting between 20 and 40 grams, The Helix Lucorum escargot is bigger than the Helix Aspersa Muller (also known as the “escargot Petit-Gris” in French) and about the same size as the Helix Pomatia snail (also called the wild Burgundy snail or caracol Burdeos salvaje in Spanish).

These escargots are land snails, not sea snails, which are bigger and have a different texture, taste and nutritional content.
Precooked, these canned snails are easy to prepare. Just drain the can, rinse the escargots and put them in the oven. Season them with garlic butter and parsley and put them in snail shells or in vol-au vent pastries for presentation. You can also chop the snails and mix them in your favorite sauce.

This can of delicious escargots contains snail meat only (no snail shells).

These premium escargots are imported straight from France.

Green Lentils are member of the legume family, along with most beans and peas.
These French green lentils are a variety of lentils known for their unique peppery flavor (much different than that of brown lentils, which is milder and more neutral), their mottled dark green – grey color and their small size (about one-third the size of regular lentils).
Beside their wonderful hearty taste, these French lentils are praised for their sturdy structure that holds up through cooking, and their great nutritional content.
They are an excellent source of dietary fiber, plant-based protein (highly sought by vegetarians and vegans), iron, folate, and potassium, as well as being low in fat.

French green lentils are grown in multiple regions in France (Auvergne, Berry…).
Le Puy lentils, or “Lentille verte du Puy”, grown in the Puy en Velay volcanic region of central France is the most well known, because it is protected throughout the European Union as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), and in France as an appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC).
Delicious in warm lentil salads and hearty lentil soups, these lentils can also be used in stews, burritos, chili, and many other recipes.
These Straight from France dried lentils are non-GMO, gluten free and contain no additives nor preservatives.

Green Lentils are member of the legume family, along with most beans and peas.
These French green lentils are a variety of lentils known for their unique peppery flavor (much different than that of brown lentils, which is milder and more neutral), their mottled dark green – grey color and their small size (about one-third the size of regular lentils).
Beside their wonderful hearty taste, these French lentils are praised for their sturdy structure that holds up through cooking, and their great nutritional content.
They are an excellent source of dietary fiber, plant-based protein (highly sought by vegetarians and vegans), iron, folate, and potassium, as well as being low in fat.

French green lentils are grown in multiple regions in France (Auvergne, Berry…).
Le Puy lentils, or “Lentille verte du Puy”, grown in the Puy en Velay volcanic region of central France is the most well known, because it is protected throughout the European Union as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), and in France as an appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC).
Delicious in warm lentil salads and hearty lentil soups, these lentils can also be used in stews, burritos, chili, and many other recipes.
These Straight from France dried lentils are non-GMO, gluten free and contain no additives nor preservatives.

Camargue red rice is a variety of red rice cultivated in the wetlands of the Camargue region of southern France.

It is a long-grain rice with a striking rusty-red color and a wonderfully chewy texture. It is naturally gluten free.

This red rice is great in a variety of dishes from curry to burritos, to salads, where its firm texture holds up well and its deep color makes a stunning plate presentation.

It is imported straight from France.

Camargue red rice is a variety of red rice cultivated in the wetlands of the Camargue region of southern France.

It is a long-grain rice with a striking rusty-red color and a wonderfully chewy texture. It is naturally gluten free.

This red rice is great in a variety of dishes from curry to burritos, to salads, where its firm texture holds up well and its deep color makes a stunning plate presentation.

It is imported straight from France.

Not to be confused with Canadian wild rice, this long-grain black rice is similar in aspect to wild rice from Canada, but it is in fact a different plant. It has a mild, nutty taste and the scent of fresh-baked bread. Uncooked, it is ebony in color; cooked it turns purple, thanks to its high anthocyanin content (the same pigment as in blueberries).

Cultivated in the wetlands of the Camargue region of southern France, this rice is similar to the Italian Venere rice, although it is originally from China, where it has been grown for centuries. It was know there as the “forbidden rice” because only the Emperor was allowed to eat it.

Rich in iron, fibers and minerals, this French rice is healthy, nutritious and tasty. It can be mixed with other rices if a milder taste is preferred.

Its cooking time is betwwen 30 and 40 minutes at low heat.

It is imported straight from France.