A Taste of Iceland

Due to its remote location, Iceland has developed its own unique cuisine over hundreds of years.
Whale meat, fermented shark and boiled sheep’s head are all on the menu but are unlikely to be to everyone’s taste.
If the thought of these unusual dishes doesn’t appeal then you could always warm your appetite with a few glasses of the local schnapps that literally translates as Black Death.
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Some of the country’s traditional dishes may be familiar such as smoked lamb, hotdogs and salted fish; however, there are many others that you are unlikely to have come across before.
If you are just looking for a snack, you could also try some fish jerky or a pickled ram’s testicle.

SOURCE: www . notaballerina . com/2017/05/eat-drink-iceland . html

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