"pink, slightly frothy whale blubber eaten from a communal platter"
Whale blubber
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 Blubber, extra-thick tissue that stores fat on some marine mammals, is an important part of the traditional diet of the Inuit. Although it's difficult to call it tasty, it has a high energy value. Nowadays, due to bans imposed on whale hunting, whale blubber is not commonly consumed. However it remains a "traditional delicacy".

A single blue whale can provide up to 50 tons of blubber.