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(MODEL RELEASED IMAGE). The Madsen family in their living room in Cap Hope village, Greenland, with a week's worth of food. Standing by the TV are Emil Madsen, 40, and Erika Madsen, 26, with their children (left to right) Martin, 9, Belissa, 6, and Abraham, 12. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods? Emil: polar bear. Erika: narwhal skin. Abraham and Belissa: Greenlandic food. Martin: Danish food. /// The Madsen family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 144). Food expenditure for one week: $277.12 USD. (Since Emil is able to supplement his income guiding tourists around Greenland, the Madsens enjoy a fair amount of Danish food. For a more detailed look at the family's food list Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 145.)

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(MODEL RELEASED IMAGE). The Madsen family in their living room in Cap Hope village, Greenland, with a week's worth of food. Standing by the TV are Emil Madsen, 40, and Erika Madsen, 26, with their children (left to right) Martin, 9, Belissa, 6, and Abraham, 12. Cooking method: gas stove. Food preservation: refrigerator-freezer. Favorite foods? Emil: polar bear. Erika: narwhal skin. Abraham and Belissa: Greenlandic food. Martin: Danish food. /// The Madsen family is one of the thirty families featured in the book Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 144). Food expenditure for one week: $277.12 USD. (Since Emil is able to supplement his income guiding tourists around Greenland, the Madsens enjoy a fair amount of Danish food. For a more detailed look at the family's food list Please refer to Hungry Planet book p. 145.)