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At Bjåen turisthytte just north of Hovden you can enjoy traditional food made after old and traditional recipes. At Bjåen turisthytte just north of Hovden you can enjoy traditional food made after old and traditional recipes. At Bjåen turisthytte just north of Hovden you can enjoy traditional food made after old and traditional recipes.
At Bjåen turisthytte just north of Hovden you can enjoy traditional food made after old and traditional recipes. At Bjåen turisthytte just north of Hovden you can enjoy traditional food made after old and traditional recipes.
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Traditional food in Setesdal.
Photo: Anders Martinsen
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Local food and long traditions

On your journey through Setesdal you may literally get a taste of the valley. Many of the restaurants serve food based on local produce, prepared in a traditional manner or with a modern touch.
Søren så godt fra Hodne Gård
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Søren så Godt - Hodne Gård.
Photo: Marius

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Søren så Godt - Hodne Gård.
Photo: Marius

“The Taste of Setesdal”

Companies focusing on locally produced food, quality and local economic growth
“The Taste of Setesdal” is comprised of 16 companies which take pride in manufacturing and refining local produce. The ecological butter in the above photo is a licenced product of the Tine Dairy in Byglandsfjord, and other local specialities are meat, berries, fruit, bread and cakes.

Overview of manufacturers and farms offering local products.

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