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I have tried muktuk (whale blubber).
It tastes exactly as you would imagine: salty, fishy, fatty and has the consistency of firm, un-ripened cocoanut i.e. not something I would want to make a meal out of.
1989 Hunter 30'
Southern Georgian Bay
Visualize the vastness of the oceans; the infinity of the heavens; the fickleness of the wind; the artistry of the craft and the frailty of the sailor. The oneness that may be achieved through the harmony of these things may lead one to enlightenment. - Flying Welshman