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Female, 33 years old
Finland, Europe

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Birthday:10/9/1983 (33 Years Old)
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I`m a pensive and creative female from Northern Europe, who is a reader, gamer and a fantasy fan.

I create my own digital 3D art. I listen to and compose all kinds of music, mostly described as rich in melody and harmony, heavy and epic.

For more information, links to other social media etc. see my homepage.

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Glow-in-the-dark salmon? - Mood:Surprised
Monday March 20 20176:31:40 AM |
Last night I was eating gravlax, which one can call as the Nordic version of sashimi. It is a fresh fillet of a salmon or rainbow trout, which is covered in sea salt in a room temperature for some hours and then moved into the fridge. Then it's cut to thin slices, to be eaten on a toast, on a side of a meal, in stuffed rolls etc.

One rarely goes in a dark room with food, so to my surprise I saw some of the gravlax glowing blue! Before I ate it, I did some investigation and found this.

Apparently it's the bioluminescence caused by a marine bacteria, and very recipe of glavlax ensures it's growth - salting before cooking, and it's able to grow in the fridge temperature.

So did I still eat it? Yes. It did not taste funny, and I did not vomit in the morning.

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