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10/21/13 11:35 A

Oh wow that's so helpful, it has the Swedish word right on the page. It never occurred to me to look on wikipedia. Thank you so much!!!

Edited by: OLGA18 at: 10/21/2013 (11:36)
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10/21/13 11:28 A

From what I remember, it is what a North American would call a "moose". In Europe, they call it an "elk", but it's the same animal as the North American moose. Since the database here is North American, you would track it as moose meat.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moose

Hope this helps!

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10/21/13 11:01 A

I live in Sweden and nobody here seems to be clear on what this meat actually is. The dictionary translates it into moose but my husband says that a moose here isn't the same thing as a moose in USA. I'm so confused and I don't know what to call my dinner. Anyone have a clue?

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