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The "Nordic Diet" goes mainstream in Denmark

John Laurenson Feb 13, 2019
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The "Nordic Diet," made popular by Scandinavian chefs, consists of whole grains, berries and vegetables like celeriac.
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The “Nordic Diet” is a way of eating that gourmet chefs in Scandinavia started championing about 15 years ago. It’s about giving a modern twist to traditional Scandinavian cooking, with more vegetables like cabbage, turnips, leeks, and beetroot, as well as whole grains, nuts, and lingonberries galore. There’s a big emphasis on local sourcing, and even foraging for food in the wild for hardcore followers. Now the diet has moved mainstream.

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