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Is caviar good for health?


Is caviar good for health? Do you like it?
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I hope so. Never tried it, but it looks so ravishlingly luxurious it must cleanse the palette and mind.

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It's fish eggs. Can't imagine it's anything BUT healthy.
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I figure you're probably better off and cheaper off eating any fish, especially ones high in Omega 3 content, like salmon or mackerel and you will get more protein and nourishment off from them.


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This.

I still ain't eating it. I'll get my mercury from canned tuna, I guess.

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I still ain't eating it. I'll get my mercury from canned tuna, I guess.
you can eat tuna a few days of the week, but make sure to look up the place where they caught it, it should be labelled on the can. Some tuna species are less contaminated.

caviar is disgusting, just way too salty.
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you can eat tuna a few days of the week, but make sure to look up the place where they caught it, it should be labelled on the can. Some tuna species are less contaminated.

caviar is disgusting, just way too salty.
Sometimes I eat it more often than that and I don't feel any more brain dead than I ever was (which it wouldn't take much more) so I dunno. It's probably overblown. Since there isn't much I can eat I tend to just eat what I can and take my chances if it's supposed to be packed full of yummy mercury.

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Have never tasted really expensive luxury caviar(!) But you can get a much cheaper more ordinary version (either made from lumpfish eggs or, I think, salmon eggs) from some supermarkets here. Have had it many times over the years, because my mother serves it on special occasions (usually with quail eggs as well) or sometimes I have got a jar of it as a Christmas/Birthday present.

Like quail eggs, all caviar is a delicacy of course. It's good but very salty like others said. But you wouldn't really eat it alone, rather on a blini (a very small Russian buckwheat pancake) with sour cream, or something.

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Like quail eggs, all caviar is a delicacy of course. It's good but very salty like others said. But you wouldn't really eat it alone, rather on a blini (a very small Russian buckwheat pancake) with sour cream, or something.
I'd probably dump more salt on it and eat it on saltine crackers.

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