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Tuesday, 04 March 2008

Beware of Sharks in Iceland

Dig a large hole in coarse gravel in an isolated spot, so the smell of uric acid won’t offend anyone. Bury the flesh in the hole for 2-3 months until all the fluid has drained off and putrefaction has set in. Then, hang the flesh out on a drying rack for a few more weeks, garnish and serve. Et voila – cured shark, Icelandic style.

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