Whale meat is trying to make a comeback in Iceland, reports the Wall Street Journal. The cetacean protein was a staple of poor Icelandic households for generations, but international prohibitions on the killing of the dwindling sea mammals had dried up the market for decades. So much so that today, few people younger than 30 now remember eating a meat with strong traditional ties to Iceland's culinary culture. However, as some whale species have expanded their numbers, the country's ...

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