I have left Borneo for almost 40 years, and when I manage to get a trip home, I like my sister to prepare this mud snail aka Los for me.
My sister Elizabeth cooked these mud snails for me, and they remembered the time, my daughter Deb came to visit.
I borrow my facebook friend's photo because it shows better how the snails aka Los look like. To cook them, you have to chop off the end, and you suck the front bit. Some times if the morsel of snail doesn't come out, you suck the end gently, and then it will dislodge the snail, and you suck the front.
In Singapore, some call them the kissing snail, as you make the chutch chutch sound and the kissy action when you eat them..