There are those who eat the emptiness and others, wiser, who fill up with good things.
Rough land and stingy with its benefits, Scandinavia has forced its inhabitants to be efficient. In order to cope with long winters without running out of supplies, they came up with knekkebrød - the crisp bread that, deprived of air and water, could no longer rot.
This principle of sound economy was applied by the descendants of the Vikings to Sigdal, whose nutritional density is simply incredible.
Few foods can claim to bring so much goodness in so little space.
In the purest Scandinavian tradition, Sigdal is a small natural miracle!