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It's part of the Alaskan culture to eat every part of every animal, and Andrew sits down to take a bite of everything in front of him, regardless of how it smells, including fermented fish heads, jellied ...

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Home of DJ and Joel Blatchford

Andrew eats beluga muktuk (whale blubber and skin), bowhead whale muktuk, fermented whale oil, dunuk (whale blubber that didn't break down during the fermentation of the whale oil), whale-tail pinwheel roast and pickled whale.

Soldotna, Alaska

 
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Lucy Crow's House

Andrew enjoys a meal of boiled blackfish with seal oil, seal soup, stinkheads (fish heads that have been buried and left to rot in the ground for weeks) and agutuk with seal oil as well as fat, fish and berries.

Bethel, Alaska

 
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Indian Valley Meats

Andrew learns how to make jellied moose nose. Afterward, he eats walrus, salmon wings, jellied moose nose and the moose's lower lip.

Anchorage, Alaska

 

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