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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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Alcohol

After reading the entry Cities, yourkitty wanted to know where we got alcohol where I live! Well… Oh boy. Norway is strange. You can get some alcohol in our “city” (I strongly despise calling tiny Moelv a city…). All the … Continue reading

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Norway VS Sweden

This is a question i got by Postcrossing card from Emilie *waves hello* She would like to know what prejudice I have against Swedes. I must confess that I have very few personally, because I at some point in my … Continue reading

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17th of May

This is our national day, our independence day, an national holiday where almost everything is closed and people flock to the streets to be together in celebrating our independence from greedy neighbor states like Sweden, Denmark and Germany. Usually it … Continue reading

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Our place in the world

Norway is a very very small country, with a very very VERY big ego. Yes, I know, we are rated as the best country to live in in the world, every single year by the UN, and that just makes … 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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Language

If you want to learn Norwegian, I wish you good luck with that, and please don’t ask me to teach you. It is not an easy language to learn, and there is a lot of other stuff to deal with… … Continue reading

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