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ILOVEPAOLODICANIO 6:13 Tue Jan 20
Caviar
What is the good proper Sturgeon Roe expensive stuff?



I've only eaten Salmon Roe other than tiny tastes here or there. Looking to treat myself to a nice tin.


Cheers for any help.

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Enoch Nutter 2:16 Wed Jan 21
Re: Caviar
You'd be better off with some Gentleman's Relish

stomper 2:03 Wed Jan 21
Re: Caviar
Belugas the best but its incredibly expensive. Salmon roe is not in the same league.
My mrs helped set up an AIDS lab in Moscow during the Soviet Union Days. They gave her huge expenses which wasn't allowed to leave the country so she returned with about 1/2 lb of the stuff plus vodka and russian chapagne.

Delicious but decadent. Eat from a wafer or hard boiled eggs

cholo 11:42 Tue Jan 20
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Terrible zoltaneering, 3/10 for effort.

Chip Shop Charlie 10:00 Tue Jan 20
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I'm sure you can get a cheap tube at IKEA...Kalle's Kaviar, lovely on a boiled egg.

Saul Bollox 9:58 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
You can get cod roe and chips i any chip shop for about £2.

Saul Bollox 9:58 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
You can get cod roe and chips i any chip shop for about £2.

Leigh Jim 9:48 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
Ha ha ha ha he said RIB

Ha ha ha

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

hornchurchsteve 9:47 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
Black caviar and champagne. Handsome.

Nuclear Noodle 9:37 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
It is SHIT, a totally pointless 'FOOD' unlike RIB. It is basically a 'look at me' delicacy.

petann 9:35 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
The three best types you can get in order of the best are
Beluga
Oscietra
Sevruga, this one will cost about £100

HairyHammer 8:04 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
ILOVEPAULODICANIO

You must understand the word Caviar might as well be jhASJgajxhfgAIXHGalihg to 80% of most WHO folk.

ILOVEPAOLODICANIO 6:10 Tue Jan 20
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This website is letting me down come on you peasants help me out someone must have an acquired taste for it.

Im not trying to buy the stuff that is 500 pound or a grand a serving. Just the stuff that is 100 pound or so for 100grams and is now cheaper considering the rouble is crumbling I know folk over there who might wanna ship it to me and make some money.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:44 Tue Jan 20
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Never eaten it, but I imagine it being like marmite for rich people..

HairyHammer 12:38 Tue Jan 20
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Tried it once tastes like salty fish and stinks to high heavens.
My dad also hated it , he once said some people would eat shit if it was expensive, HA.

Johnson 10:40 Tue Jan 20
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Buster 10:39 Tue Jan 20

riosleftsock 10:40 Tue Jan 20
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Beluga is the most expensive, and its export and sale is licenced, so being russian is available in large quantities on the black market and is normally of questionable provenance.

I personally prefer the red caviar, which is relatively cheap and widely available.

Buster 10:39 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
WHUFCROE is the bestest.

Mr Polite 10:33 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
How should we know what your chippy sells you?

Monk~koknee 7:46 Tue Jan 20
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I tried some Tommy Roe but it just made me dizzy.

Back in the day they used to sell cod roe in the chippy. Do they still do that?

Mr Polite 7:35 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
I found Erica Roe to be the tastiest


Very fishy though

Coffee 6:22 Tue Jan 20
Re: Caviar
It's priced for its rarity, not its taste.

The most expensive is from the highly endangered Beluga Sturgeon, which lives in the Caspian Sea. So you can get Beluga caviar from Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.

Basically, all caviars taste pretty much the same (fish + salt), the main differences being in the size of the eggs, the colour and the texture/mushiness.

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