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After the Whale Hunt, the Cooking Begins

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After the Whale Hunt, the Cooking Begins

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After the Whale Hunt, the Cooking Begins

After the Whale Hunt, the Cooking Begins

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The Inupiat people of Alaska's North Slope have hunted whales for centuries. After the men hunt, the women of the village cook more than 30 tons of whale meat.

Rebecca Sheir reports for the Alaska Public Radio Network.