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hákarl -
hákarl -

Hákarl or kæstur hákarl (Icelandic pronunciation: [hauːkʰadl̥]) (Icelandic word for "shark") is a food of Greenland Shark that has been fermented for several weeks under the rocks and hung for up to three months. Hákarl has a distinctive flavor and has a very strong ammonia and fish taste. Fermentation is done with the aim of reducing the toxins contained in fish that live in cold waters.

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