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Ten most disgusting Swedish foods

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Ten most disgusting Swedish foods
Salty liquorice, anyone? Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT
17:25 CEST+02:00
Swedish food is, of course, a matter of taste. A lot of it is cake, and that's delicious, but much of it can seem disgusting to the uninitiated. (Admittedly, some views don't change post-initiation). Our loyal followers on Twitter and Facebook shared what they thought were the worst of them all.
The most well-known thing about Swedish food is probably the Swedish chef, and he's fictional.
 
A close second would probably be Swedish meatballs, which no one ever really complains about. And why should they; the meatball is one of the world's most infallible foodstuffs. 
 
But if you ask someone what the most disgusting Swedish food is, then they won't stop talking. Believe us, we tried.
 
 
Here are the highlights from our Twitter and Facebook followers.
 
 
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