– That’s dangerous, actually.
Get that away from me. – I take back every
scary thought I had. This is so good. ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ – (FBE) So today,
you’re gonna be trying Norwegian snacks.
– Yay. I love eating. – Ooh, okay.
That sounds fun. I love tasting new foods. – I’m worried it’s gonna be
extreme, ’cause I don’t know that much
about Norwegian food. – The only thing that I think
of when I hear Norway, is the line from Book of Mormon
when he’s like, “Norway, the land of gnomes
and trolls.” So hopefully it’s not
gnomes. – I’ve never even tried
anything Norwegian at all, so I’m kind of excited about it. – Probably something a little
bland. Either that or salty.
So, it’ll be interesting. – (FBE) So, there are a lot
of snacks that the subscribers have asked
us to have you try, so we got several for
this episode and may do more snack at another time.
– I do like more snacks. That’s a good idea. – I’m a little scared about this one,
but yeah, let’s do it. – (FBE) Here is your first
snack to try. – Ooh, okay,
so this is bread. – It’s a hard-boiled egg
with something else on top of it. – That’s delicious.
What is that on top, though? I can’t quite place it.
It’s like meat out of a tube, but that sounds disgusting
and this is delicious. – For some reason at first,
it kinda tasted like a regular ham sandwich
and the more it kept going, it turned to fish. – I usually like fish,
but this is so salty. Almost like a smokiness
to it. To me, the saltiness kind of
overpowers everything else. – It’s very on the salty side
and it lingers for a very long time. – I don’t know if I’d go
out of my way to eat it, but it’s pretty good.
It’s mostly salty and I’m into salty stuff,
so it’s fine. – (FBE) So, this is a smoked
kaviar paste. It is made from cod roe.
It is delicious on bread or crisp bread that is
especially good paired with an egg. – So, this is what it’s like
to be rich. This is really surprisingly good
and the thing is, if you had told me
it was kaviar beforehand, I probably would have hated it,
’cause I hate fish. – I’ve never had kaviar
and/or kaviar paste, so it’s exciting to try.
I like it a lot. Thanks, guys. – (FBE) Okay, so here’s
your next. – Okay, so I feel like
this is gonna be fishy again. It smells like tuna. – This one looks more
like cat food. – It reminds me of third grade
when we used to play with molding clay and stuff. – All right, here we go. It tastes a lot like your typical
French pâté, so I actually kind of like it. – It tastes oniony.
I like it. It’s good. – It tastes kind of like
tortellini or ravioli gone bad, but I’m not opposed to it. – (FBE) So, this is
a Norwegian pork liver pâté and it’s a popular kids’ snack.
– This is why I don’t trust kids in general.
Why would you eat liver as a snack? – It’s good.
I like it. I would eat it if I was a kid.
I would eat it right now. Obviously, I had no problem
with that one. – (FBE) Here is your next snack.
– Is it chocolate? What’s on the inside
of the chocolate? Is it kaviar? – This looks real scary.
I feel like they even knew that this wasn’t something
that they’d want to eat on their own, so they had
to dip it in chocolate to make it better. – Are these chocolate
covered Bugles? – There’s a little corn chip,
but this has chocolate on it. That’s good. – Yeah, these are good.
A lot better than I thought and the chocolate’s
really good, too. – Very crunchy. They taste like chocolate
covered pretzels. – Oh my gosh,
this is wonderful. I take back every scary thought
I had. This is so good. – (FBE) This is called Smash.
It is a lightly salted corn snack covered in milk chocolate.
– It’s good. I would eat that.
That’s dangerous, actually. Get that away from me. – This is a ten out of ten.
I could see Americans eating this constantly.
I might just have to buy some for myself.
This is amazing. – (FBE) Here’s your next.
– Obviously, it’s a cracker with mayonnaise?
I don’t know what those little specks are. – It looks like mayonnaise
with bacon bits in it, which bothers me,
’cause that doesn’t sound like it goes well together. – Let’s go. It tastes like a melted
string cheese. I think if I kept eating it,
I would grow to like it. – It’s really creamy.
That tastes really cheesy. Really light, too. – It tastes a little bit
like cream cheese, but with an extra kick to it. – (FBE) So, this is cream cheese
with reindeer flavoring called renost.
It has mild gamy flavor to it. – I’m so sorry, Rudolf.
I’m sorry. – I definitely would not
have guessed that. That really took me by surprise. – Cheese and meat and crackers,
that’s my thing. Maybe I’m a little bit
Norwegian. – (FBE) Here’s your next one.
– Yay. Okay, this looks good.
I love chocolate and anything sweet. – It seems to be just chocolate.
It has some type of crane or some bird on it. – They have really good chocolate.
American chocolate’s a lot more rich.
I feel like this is more smooth and less sweet. – I’ll eat the whole square. That’s good.
There’s a citrusy taste in the chocolate for me.
God, that’s good. It’s like silky.
It’s so good. – That is delicious and
I’m taking all of it. This tastes like the kind
of candy that you would get if you were touring
a chocolate factory and they were like,
“Here’s some free samples of candy you’ll never
be able to afford. And here, we have candy.” – (FBE) Okay, so this
is milk chocolate with chopped hazelnuts
made by the company Freia, but I might be saying this wrong.
– I like it a lot. Imported chocolates
or chocolates from a different country,
it’s really good, ’cause you can tell the sugar
is different, or what they use is different
than it is here. – That is some good chocolate
and I don’t even like chocolate that much.
I’m not a chocolate person. – I feel like we as Americans
are missing out on a lot of really good snacks,
because we’re limiting ourselves to our own waters.
Explore the rest of the world through food.
It’s a pretty fun adventure and it tastes really good, too. – Thanks for watching us
try Norwegian snacks on the React Channel. – We have new shows every day,
so Subscribe. – Hit that Like button
if you like this episode. – Bye, guys. – Hey, I’m Katie,
a React Channel producer. Thank you so much
for watching this episode. Which country should we
visit next time? Let me know down
in the comments. Bye, guys.

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  2. 1. Liver pâté or Leverpostei. is eaten for lunch.
    Taste good and naturally rich in iron and therefore one of the best sources to ensure a smooth and good iron intake.
    2. Reindeer cheese(NOT reindeer)/ham and cheese Skinke og ost. Yes we also have bacon and cheese as well bacon og ost. 😉
    Milk chocolate with hazelnuts /melke sjokolade med hasselnøtter.

  3. Except for the last one, this could be a Swedish video as well! fun to watch though. I was hoping that Norway was a bit different then Sweden because love watching different cultures but I can’t complain haha

  4. The two first ones and the fourth aren't snacks! Lmao, we just have them on bread, like ham or jam and stuff. Woww.

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