Tuesday, December 16, 2014

EXTREME COOKING FROM GREENLAND



  


  

Do you know this dish as Kiviak? Simply put - it's rotten seal with seagulls inside. This dish is cooked and eaten exclusively outdoors because putrid smell acrid essence of cooking are as follows: the skin of the slain seal placed about 300-500 gulls, air discharged from the skins, sealed her bacon and then buried under the ground and "weary" from 3 to 18 months. After that, take out the fermented poultry, remove feathers (sometimes with skin) and eat meat to eat raw. You probably should not say it, but the most important feature is that the enzymes interact with the guts of birds seal that just gives a unique and unmistakable taste and smell.  If someone decides to try this culinary masterpiece, then you direct route to Greenland. Kiviak their national dish






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