Harkfiskur or Harðfiskur refers to Iceland's food made of fish that is wind-dried until brittle. Harkfiskur is eaten uncooked but pounded until soft and crumbly. The torn strips of fish are butter-dipped to eat. Harðfiskur simply refers to "dried fish" in Iceland usually haddock, or cod or catfish which must be eaten with butter.

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