Mythbuster: Only tourists eat snails and frogs legs

Fact or Fake? In this regular column, we look at the ‘truths’ that everyone ‘knows’ about France

This is false

We can still call the French Froggies as, while not everyone’s favourite dish, frogs legs are still eaten in quantity as is the other intrinsically French dish, snails. Both depend on imports to meet demand.

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