British pronunciation/kˈævɪˌɑː/
American pronunciation/ˈkæviˌɑɹ/
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the preserved eggs of some fish, especially one called sturgeon, eaten as food, which is considered a very expensive dish

What is "caviar"?

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Caviar is a delicacy that consists of salt-cured fish eggs, typically from sturgeon or other species of fish. The eggs are harvested from mature female fish and are carefully prepared and packaged to ensure their quality and flavor. Caviar is known for its rich, buttery texture and distinctive flavor, which can range from mild and subtle to bold and briny, depending on the species of fish and the method of preparation. Caviar is often served as a luxurious appetizer or garnish, and it is typically enjoyed on its own or with other high-end ingredients such as blinis, sour cream, or smoked salmon. Caviar is considered a high-end and expensive food item, and it is often associated with luxury and exclusivity.

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