Ex. 08.05: Fish – Culture
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FISH. Because of the long coast, most Norwegians eat a lot of fish. In fact, the average Norwegian eats 34 kilos (75 pounds) of fish a year. The fish is eaten in many different ways with many regional variations. For example, Norwegians eat fresh and frozen fish, canned fish balls and caviar in a tube, fish cakes and fish sticks, and smoked and dried fish. When traveling on the coast and especially in the north in the late spring and summer, you will often see large racks of fish drying. (Source: Norwegian Directorate of Health)
Cod is especially viewed as a traditional Norwegian food. Watch the video below and read the corresponding article to learn more about cod. How is the picture of cod now used?CorrectIncorrect