How Icelandic Fermented Shark Is Made | Regional Eats

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How Icelandic Fermented Shark Is Made | Regional Eats

Greenland shark is the most toxic shark in the world. Due to its rich ammonia concentration, eating its fresh meat could even lead to death. Only after a long curing process, it becomes safe to eat. We traveled to Bjarnarhöfn, Iceland where one family has been curing Greenland sharks for hundreds of years.

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