Seroiusly tho, put them in a container, add black and white news paper , mist the news paper to keep it damp , and wait and you will have baby snails... its pretty easy. OR you could feed them some greens lol but they will thrive on the black and white news paper. Soy ink is good for you...if your a snail or earth worm
I've kept mine on soil misting each day to keep it moist. They must have a cuttlebone in the tank to keep their shells strong. They eat a wide variety of things like romaine lettuce, dog or cat kibble, bananas, strawberries, watermelon, apples, carrots, peaches, and so on.
They dig little holes in the soil and lay there eggs under the substrate. You will know their eggs because they will be round, and in bunches.
They will breed forever it would seem and the little snails grow quick in captivity.
The sides of the tank will have alot of slime though so you'll need to scrub it often with mabye a sponge.
I found some in winter and brought them inside, they started mating immedietly. I would assume after a heaving misting, lots of food, and it being warm they would emerge and mate, eggs followed about 2 weeks after for me.
If the enclosure is not that moist, (but make sure its not bone dry) and then suddenly you mist it alot it will simulate a heavy rain.
Thats the only way I can explain it.
This is a topic I made a long time ago about the snails I bred. I released them back a year after capture and their offspring were in my garden soon after. I think they ate eggs of other snails though.