Category Archives: Food

Lompe and lefse

Lefse is a soft flatbread that is a big part of Norwegian food heritage. Lefse is made out of potato, milk or cream (or lard) and flour, and cooked on a big hot slab called a griddle. You need special … Continue reading

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Lunch

When people move to Norway they always comment on one thing in particular; the lunch. In many countries this is a hot meal, something great to look forward too, together with your class mates/coworkers. In Norway we have something we … Continue reading

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Chocolate, snacks and other things you should not eat

We eat things that generally are bad for you, but we mostly have our own stuff. The all time best seller is milk chocolate. We have our own brands, and there is nothing that can make us switch to chocolate … Continue reading

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Breakfast

Most people in Norway eat slices of bread with some kind of disgusting stuff on it. Jam and cheese is OK, but fish in tomato sauce, some mushed up stuff from liver and other parts of animals you don’t want … Continue reading

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Working Norwegians

Work for Norwegians it’s mostly about management, paper pushing, or the creative stuff. Norwegians are very spoiled, and eastern European people flock into our country to do the work that no one here want to do. If it’s not fun … Continue reading

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Shopping inside Norway

Let me just start with saying that shopping in Norway is a BAD idea. You should not visit this country with a filled wallet expecting to have something great to bring back, because you will spend most of your money … Continue reading

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Food

Norwegian food is very boring. It’s either tasteless or very salty, and our food traditions come from a poor people that had to save everything and eat everything on an animals body. Visitors to Norway should really think about what … Continue reading

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Christmas

Christmas is the biggest celebration we have in Norway. Usually the Christmas stuff arrives in the stores in October and then just pile on from there. It’s getting more and more commercial, but there is also a big trend in … Continue reading

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