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Icelandic food . . . (Icelanders, help!)

Hey all, new to the forum here.

I travelled (backpacked and drove, partly) around Iceland by myself in 2011 for about 2 months, and I fell in love with the country. Especially some of the food. I'm not sure when I'll be coming back — hoping to someday soon — so I'm wondering if any Icelanders would be willing to help me out on this one. . .

I am looking for someone in Iceland to help me get some Icelandic groceries across the pond to Boston. I'd cover the costs for food and shipping, and throw you some money to do so. This might seem ridiculous, but there's some things that they do not sell on the typical "gift shop" stores online, that I'd like to get my hands on. Particularly the pre-packaged pancakes, the Bónus strawberry jam, the various breads, and the pepper cream cheese spread they sell at 11:11.

This sounds sort of crazy, but I'm 100% serious!

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