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What is caviar?
What is Caviar? Caviar is eggs or roe collected from the sturgeon family of the best fish, traditionally sourced from the Caspian and Black Seas. Although all female fish lay eggs, only sturgeon eggs are considered caviar.
What kind of fish eggs are considered caviar?
Although all female fish lay eggs, only sturgeon eggs are considered caviar. Other forms of fish eggs like salmon, trout, and flying fish are 渞oe?and are a popular and affordable alternative to caviar.
What is the rarest type of caviar?
Caviar is salted fish eggs (roe) and is widely regarded as the most luxurious food item in the world. There are three types of caviar. Beluga is the rarest and most expensive. The eggs are dark grey in colour, large and well separated.
What is the difference between Roe and caviar?
Caviar is unfertilized fish eggs, or roe that come from wild sturgeon. Roe refers to any and all fish eggs, including those from trout, paddlefish, salmon, and flying fish, for an example, but only roe from a sturgeon is true caviar.