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Monday, July 18, 2016
Follow me on Instagram at sharpharmade! . Today (Monday July 18, 2016) is Caviar Day! . There’s a delicacy that is the very definition of elegance in the minds of most people, it’s a mysterious word that brings together a longing for the better things in life, with a strange revulsion once you think too carefully about what it is. There are many things that are referred to by the same name, but only one of them stands as the one true caviar. True Caviar comes from one of a few types of sturgeon, and Caviar Day celebrates this taste of decadence, and the history behind it. History of Caviar Day: . Caviar is the roe (or eggs) of the female of a number of species of sturgeon, with beluga being the most popular and well known variety of sturgeon. Long ago caviar was served for free in much the same way peanuts often are today, given away free to foster thirst and encourage people to imbibe even more. Proper caviar comes in many colors, and can account for as much as 25% of a sturgeon’s body weight. Caviar was so popular and the supplies so abundant that North America supplied almost all of the 600 tons a year that went to Europe each year. Once the ban was put on Sturgeon fishing in the 1906 to protect the dwindling number of them in the ocean, the price of caviar started climbing. By the 1960’s, it was of such a price that it practically defined what it meant to have an elegant, expensive meal. The price has only gone up since then. How to Celebrate Caviar Day: . While beluga sturgeon may be outside the financial means of many people, that’s not the only kind of caviar there is. Caviar Day celebrates all of them, even the ‘imposters’ like Salmon, trout, carp, lumpfish, and many more. Get out there and explore the culinary delight that is caviar, and if you’re especially fortunate you can enjoy it from the bowl of a mother-of-pearl spoon. There’s no reason we shouldn’t all be able to eat like King’s and billionaires, if only for one day. ^sPm - #sharpharmade Fr 'Days of a Year' . #fit #follow #like #celebrate #enjoy #wp #fb #twitter #tweet #buffer #tagsforlike #shar #blog #caviar #food #foodporn . @instagram @sharpharmade
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