This book depicts some Icelandic treats that regularly draw the consideration of visitors for different reasons and welcome inquiries, as such:
“What is this?”
“How would you make it?”
“Where does it come from?”
“When is it eaten?”
also, at times, “Does anyone actually eat this?”
Excellent spice giving good taste and aromatic smell. It makes a lovely well smelling tea, it is antibacterial and in the past was used strong tea of Arctic thyme to recover from alcoholic consumption.
Dried and ground is excellent for seasoning soups, salads, sauces, bread and relishes. Placed on hot pan until crispy ideal for sprinkling over seafood and margherita pizza, over fish soup and fish casseroles.
Pure and unique combination of mineral salts. Salt is one of the oldest food seasonings and is very important method of food preservation. This pure and natural salt can as well be used for a relaxing bath.