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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)
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.

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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