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Erika Madsen will butcher the seal, keep the best cuts for the family, save some seal fat for fishing, and give the rest of the carcass to their sled dogs. Seal continues to be an important source of meat for some Greenlanders, but for many, Danish food has replaced it in the native diet. Cap Hope, Greenland. (From a photographic gallery of meat and poultry images, in Hungry Planet: What the World Eats, p. 164).

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Erika Madsen will butcher the seal, keep the best cuts for the family, save some seal fat for fishing, and give the rest of the carcass to their sled dogs. Seal continues to be an important source of meat for some Greenlanders, but for many, Danish food has replaced it in the native diet.  Cap Hope, Greenland. (From a photographic gallery of meat and poultry images, in Hungry Planet: What the World Eats, p. 164).