Caviar on your sushi is not real caviar!
Initially, caviar was obtained by Russian and Persian fishermen from the fish in the Caspian Sea. It had nothing to do with the Japanese culture. The term refers to fertilized salted fish eggs of various species of sturgeon. Including sturgeon, stellate sturgeon and beluga.
Caviar is like wine
Equally, caviar lovers always looked for a way to reserve caviar, the rarest and the most expensive product of all times. In the Middle Ages, many countries had specific laws. They demanded the best caviar to be reserved for the monarchy.
Caviar as an antidepressant.
Historically, caviar has been prescribed to relieve depression. After all, people felt better if they were given a little caviar product each day.
This is not surprising at all. Recent studies show that high doses of omega-3 fatty acids can alleviate symptoms of depression and bipolar disorder.