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    Default Quick "No bake" dinner

    We have a "Shop" that we work at now, away from the house and little hands. We carve, build, repair butcher and store stuff there.
    We leave coffe and carry water there, and leave a bit of food there too. We bulk buy different kinds of flour, different sugars, coffee, spices, noodles, onions, potatos, carrots and apples... and such.
    Anyhoo, theres no cooking going on there, but its a ways from our house, so when the day was dragging, we all fell in for a quick old fashioned chow down , all drownd in Seal oil.
    The lady's of the house were cold, tired and hungry, so they pulled A fast one in the shed , and in Eskimo manner ate with their fingers.

    Black Meats...dyed Seal meat stored in Seal oil.....and plenty of Seal oil to boot.


    Throw down a clean cardboard surface, get a froozen Whiltefish and a chunk of Caribou tenderloin from out side, and sharpen your Ulu....

    throw ina spicy white onion, some carrots, and an apple, and you can hit every taste sensation....

    And have at it.


    Pretty soon , theres nothing left except the cardboard that gos into the fire place. Burns bright , I might add.
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    Chow down
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    Thumbs up Good Old Fashioned Eskimo Feed!

    You are making my mouth water. Since I moved to Fairbanks from Nome in 2001, I rarely get to eat eskimo food. Well done for sharing with those who do not understand how good eskimo food is.

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    Default Wow...thanks for sharing!

    Looks very satisfying...thanks for showing us!

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    Default Dyed with what??

    You said "dyed Seal meat". What is it dyed with?

    .....just curious....

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    Finger tip tappin' typo......

    Truely, ment to type "Dryed".......
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    Default dryed seal

    whats that dryed seal taste like( i know seal)
    ever tried deep fried bacon dipped in milk chocolate?

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    Nope, no Bacon dipped in chocolate..~~LOL!!~~

    Crisp fry'd bacon is a treat, though. I like to slice slabs into thick strips and make 'em crunchy...
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    Marine mammal meats have their own unique taste, nothing really to compare the flavor too. Seal oil and fats are polyunsaturated, very healthy for you, IMO healthier than beef or pork. Walrus is good eating too, really like eating the layer between the hide and meat, strangerinastrangeland you know what I am talking about. Cook a lil meat and fat with it and man we are eating good.

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    Seals are tasety.
    It IS a bounus, that the seal oil dosent stick to your veins, but cleans them.
    Any Sea mammal fat that renders at room temp is good for you blood.

    but you were talking about eating these.......

    "Koke" is the dish you were mentioning, eh, Nukalpiaq?


    Hard to get better than that and some beach greens, butter, and hot sweet tea .......
    and theres always using the catch to buy more gas...to hunt again.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by strangerinastrangeland View Post
    Seals are tasety.
    It IS a bounus, that the seal oil dosent stick to your veins, but cleans them.
    Any Sea mammal fat that renders at room temp is good for you blood.

    but you were talking about eating these.......

    "Koke" is the dish you were mentioning, eh, Nukalpiaq?


    Hard to get better than that and some beach greens, butter, and hot sweet tea .......
    and theres always using the catch to buy more gas...to hunt again.....


    You forgot pilot bread.

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