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The Viking Diet

 
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I had seen the Norse Diet being touted online in much the same way as the Paleo or Meditteranean . I hope one could adhere to this regimen without all the hijinks . I see nothing in this diet plan which would induce one to go berzerk . A couple of links provided :

http://www.danishnet.com/info.php/vikings/viking-food-140.html

http://blogs.menshealth.com/health-headlines/viking-diet/2011/03/06
 
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I'd try it.

But leave off the hakarl

 
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No sustromming for me please. I do like salted licorice though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wapOib5u8a8
 
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