Here, from KTVA Alaska.
It’s a home economics lesson you’ll only find in Alaska.
“It’s fun,” said Sadie Ellison, smiling. “I like the feeling and how it’s all oily.”
On a Friday in early October, Nome Elementary School fifth graders spent their afternoon wielding ulus and cutting up muktuk.
“Muktuk is kind of a fishy, acquired taste,” Tom Gray described.
“I’m not a big fan of it, but it’s okay,” said Sadie, turning up her nose.