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Even chefs like Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson have embraced the "national" oil, which is grown, processed and marketed by British farmers.
In 1776, the American colonies declared independence from Britain. But it wasn't until 1796 that someone dared to tackle a question that would plague every generation of Americans to come: "What is American food?"
It takes about four cups of milk to make one cup of skyr, Iceland's super thick, high-protein version of yogurt. Every drop of skyr made in Iceland comes from Icelandic cattle, the country's single breed.
Snow is one of the first "wild" foods small humans learn to forage. And this time of year it's both free and plentiful to many.
Known as semlor in Sweden and fastelavensboller in Norway, these cardamom-scented rounds of yeasted dough are filled with a thick ring of whipped cream and topped with a flurry of confectioner's sugar.