Left: The cure for feeling cold while out on the ice is to eat quok, the Iñupiaq word for frozen raw meat and fish. When desired, one simply slices off a piece. This quok is caribou meat, hunted inland and brought to whaling camp. Right: This whale blubber and meat is being readied to be cut into smaller portions and served for dinner. Fresh raw maktak is a prize delicacy only eaten twice a year during the whaling seasons.