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Slátur (Icelandic: pronounced slau:tər) or "slaughter", is an Icelandic food made from the innards of sheep. There are two types of slátur; blóðmör (Icelandic) or "blood pudding" and lifrarpylsa ("liver sausage"). The first is similar to Irish and British black pudding and the latter similar to Scottish haggis although neither contain the spices used in British and Irish cuisine. They are also much smoother in texture.