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“My own weakness is the Swedish word mysa 'smile contentedly, get cozy'; when the context seems appropriate, I've been known to repeat mys mys mmmmyyyysss... several times.”
“The skyr was then strained through fabric to remove the whey, called "mysa" in Icelandic, a by-product that Icelanders used as a thirst-quenching drink.”
“A story which appeared last week on mysa.com, the site for San Antonio’s Express News and KENS-5, has not received much attention.”
“To the site owner: I read Abdul-Walid's post just now; his reactions seem almost exactly like my reactions to mysa in its various forms.”
“Information from San Antonio Express-News: www. mysa.com”
“For the midwinter feast, Icelanders serve what was normal day-to-day food for Vikings, and turn back to nature-made food that was smoked, laid in mysa (a sour milk-product), salted, dried or kaestur (rotting and setting meat).”
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