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?”
Good flavor enhancer in all vegetable and meat soups, as well as in vegetable, bean and fish casseroles.
The Black Salt has a barbecue and smoky taste. Well suited for seasoning and enhancing the flavor of casseroles, soups, fish, meat and bread. This salt is made similar to ancient viking methods.
Used as a famine food and a bread additive. When boiled it forms a substance tht soothes irritated mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Also helpful in the treatment of gastritis, vomiting and dyspepsia, respiratory catarrh and bronchitis.
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Reykjavík Latitude: 64°08
(Northernmost capital in the world)