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Once a chef, now a snail farmer

Once a chef, now a snail farmer

Taylor Knapp is one of just a few snail farmers certified by the United States Department of Agriculture. The certification is crucial, he said. "Otherwise you're just kind of a guy with some snails."  Mr. Knapp is a chef by training, and while working at Noma, the Michelin-starred restaurant in Copenhagen, he became interested in foraging. He eventually settled on Long Island with his wife, before he decided to follow his dream. He would become a snail wrangler.

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