This gallery shows a typical Norwegian breakfast: salmon, salami, beef fillet, leverpostei (lever paste of bacon or chicken), halv-køk ægg (soft-boiled egg), bread and cereal are common, and TINE products (a monopolized dairy company) are everywhere on the table for Norwegians, from milk to butter. I took them during my stay at a cabin in Halling (Hallingdal), south of Norway.
Yups! Look like a lot of fat, but Norwegians are, one of the people I observe, obsessed with nature and sport, so those compensate. Besides, it’s cold in Norway which makes fat a body buffer from losing body heat.
p.s. I finally found my old memory card, which contains a lot of pictures from summer in Norway. So in the following months, I will share my last summer holiday photograps in this country.
- Why Norwegians Love Electric Vehicles More Than the Rest of the World (treehugger.com)
- The New Age king Harald of Norway (ivarfjeld.wordpress.com)
- Norwegian lesson #1: Use of capital letters (tacviking.wordpress.com)