Is the caviar very delicious?

caviar - caviar is a kind of food
@youless (93655)
Guangzhou, China
July 4, 2012 3:38am CST
I have not eaten the caviar before. I wonder whether it really tastes delicious as I can often see it in the movies. Are they eat the caviar raw?
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@williamjisir (22903)
• China
4 Jul 12
I have never tasted caviar. I think that it might be a foreign food, but I like to eat those tiny fish eggs and I love its taste. Each time when we buy a fish, it is always I who eat the fish eggs from the fish. My father used to say that it is no good for children eating fish eggs as it is uncountable. If children eat fish eggs, they would not be able to count correctly, meaning that they would not learn calculation well. It is a myth, I guess. Anyway, I wish you would get some information about real caviar. Take care, youless.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Jul 12
I don't believe that eating the fish eggs will make you have a trouble to count
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@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
That's what my grandparents and my parents usually said to me when i was young. It makes me feels scared to eat those fish eggs.
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@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
4 Jul 12
I've never eaten before. My mom has, and she hated it. Maybe she ate too much at once, because she didn't really know what it was, only that it's so hyped up. She found it too densely fishy (of course...) and bitter.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Jul 12
I think it will be a waste if I order it but don't like its taste.
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@kalav56 (11502)
• India
4 Jul 12
Hullo youless! I do not take non vegetarian food items but just wanted to peep in. I have read about caviar in books and know it is an expensive delicacy.Apart from this I do not know whether they cook it or eat it raw.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Jul 12
I don't know that you are a vegetarian.
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@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
Hi youless, I know caviar is prepared from fish roe or fish berry. I had seen this when I visited Hokkaido three years back. Different types of caviar were displayed in the hypermarket. Most of them were orange color and with other ingredients like hot pepper, etc together in packs. They were for the working people to purchase back for meals conveniently. Some were solely translucency beak like fish berry in appearance. They looked really beautiful and lovely. I hadn't tasted them though. I would feel sick if taking them raw Happy posting
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jul 12
It seems you are very professional to caviar
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@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
8 Jul 12
Not exactly youless, just become I have great interest in eating Here articles related to food from different places and countries are available in the newspaper here. I'm not learn to cook I actually attracted by the dishes with wonderful looks. I like visiting the food department in hypermarket whenever having local and over vacation Have a nice day
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
Youless, i haven't tried eating this caviar either, too. But, my parents ever ate them before and they said it tastes very delicious. Especially, when eaten with specially prepared sauce. If not mistaken, they usually eaten it raw with that special sauce. The price of caviar in my area here is not cheap, so they seldom eaten it now.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Jul 12
I wish I could have a chance to taste it one day
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@asdomencil (4276)
• Philippines
5 Jul 12
Same here I heard about this food but I haven't tried tasting it. what I really know about this food is that it is expensive and only fine dining restaurant serves this food. I just want to try tasting this food too.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jul 12
I am surprised that until now nobody who responded to this discussion has tasted this food.
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@ajithlal (14569)
• India
4 Jul 12
I have also not eaten caviar before. I do not know how it taste. I think you seemed like and wanted to eat it.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
5 Jul 12
I am always interested in the food I haven't eaten before.
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• Canada
7 Jul 12
Yes we eatit raw, and it's absolutely wonderful. There is a Danish restaurant that I like, that serves wonderful caviar. Same with the Russian one. It's a little salty, but not too extreme.
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@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
11 Jul 12
The restaurants are important since not many restaurants can offer these quality delicious food.