A Yupik word for "mix them together," this dish is pronounced "a-goo-duk" and is simply "Eskimo ice cream," as it was called by the white men who first learned of the native food.
But Akutaq isn't ice cream in the sense you might think. This is made with anything Inuit hunters could find: moose meat, caribou meat and/or fish with the fat from animals, seal oil and berries for sweetness. The combination then gets frozen, as was easy to do when in the wilds of Alaska during the winter.
Today, sugar can be added and, as a dessert, it is a combination of berries and lard.