|Iceland: Grasslands thinly cover fields of broken lava; vast areas are suitable for grazing animals only.|
|Rotational grazing by pigs breaks up the sod and deepens the soil profile, making it cultivatable for vegetables and grains.|
There is, in practice, no such thing as autonomy. Practically, there is only a distinction between responsible and irresponsible dependencies."
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|Roasted Icelandic Horse. Horse was the|
traditional meat of German Sauerbraten.