Caviar (From Persian خاويار: Xāviār ) is a delicacy consisting of salt-cured fish-
eggs of the Acipenseridae family. The roe can be "fresh" (non...
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Mar 6, 2011 ... Black caviar is a luxurious delicacy for the most exquisite tastes - and yet it could
soon become more affordable after Russian scientists ...
... Kinds of Fish Make Caviar? - Many people consider caviar, unfertilized
sturgeon eggs, to be a delicious delicacy. But how exactly is this caviar and how
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Caviar comes from sturgeon. Eggs are harvested as caviar from all sturgeon
species except the green sturgeon, which is poisonous. The most common
Black caviar refers to the harvested roe (eggs) of a mature sturgeon fish.
Traditionally, black caviar referenced the roe of sturgeon caught and processed
from the ...
History of Caviar Sturgeon have been around for over 250 million years and are
... Although Iran produces a very high quality product, the pollution does affect ...
The most expensive of all caviar, and indeed the world's most expensive food is '
Almas', from the Iranian Beluga fish - 1 kg (2 lb 3 oz) of this 'black gold' is ...
Where does caviar come from? Most of the world's caviar comes from sturgeon of
the Caspian Sea, an inland sea located between Russia and Iran.
Oct 4, 2005 ... Fish farmers who raise sturgeon for caviar sometimes use a surgical procedure to
... “They remember, even if the rest of the country does not.” ... For a state that has
long refused to come to terms with those years—sealing ...