Fangst Brisling No 1 Baltic Smoke Sea Sprat
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Fangst Brisling No 1 Baltic Smoke Sea Sprat is lightly smoked, with heather and chamomile. The fish is canned in cold-pressed rapeseed oil. Brisling is a small fish that traditionally was landed in great numbers along the Scandinavian and Baltic coastlines.
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About Fangst Brisling No 1 Baltic Smoke Sea Sprat
Fangst Brisling No 1 Baltic Smoke Sea Sprat is lightly smoked, with heather and chamomile. The fish is canned in cold pressed rapeseed oil. Brisling is a small fish that traditionally was landed in great numbers along the Scandinavian and Baltic coastlines. Here it was prepared by hand and preserved in cans to be sold as a Nordic version of sardine. The brisling from Fangst is the company’s contribution to revive and create a new place for this fine fish as the ‘Nordic sardine’.
Fangst means ‘catch’ in Danish and Norwegian, and is the name of our small company. We are rooted in Scandinavia and dedicated to the evolvement of Nordic food culture. This involves re-discovering and re-thinking foods and cooking methods we have forgotten or do not respect anymore.
Canned seafood is an art we have far from developed to its potential in our Nordic region. Yet, with hundreds of small canning companies along our coastlines a century ago, we actually do have a tradition for this fine preservation method. Our waters have some of the finest fish in the World and our gastronomy is being praised for its quality and innovation. Therefore, with the help of good people we have set sails to re-discover and explore the abundance of seafood in the Nordic oceans. With respect for nature and gastronomic craftsmanship. Preserved in cans and served as tasty meals or snacks from the North. It is a journey that we have only just started and there is a lot to learn and develop. But we have worked hard to present our first cans.