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Marky's Salmon Ikura Caviar, Keta Chum - 4 oz

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4.7 (Based on 20 reviews)
  • Price:$69.95 & FREE Shipping
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Product Description
Salmon roe is also known as Red Caviar. This Red Caviar is harvested from Salmon Keta (Oncorhynchus Keta), also known as chum salmon, dog salmon or pacific salmon. It is a species of anadromous fish in the salmon family. Salmon roe is native to Alaska and Canada.Juvenile chum eat zooplankton and insects. Recent studies show that they also eat comb jellies. As adults, they eat smaller fish. The chum salmon is the least commercially valuable salmon in North America. Keta caviar is a wild-caught caviar. It makes a wonderful appetizer served on a blini or toast with a dollop of creme fraiche. Keta is commonly used as ikura in high end Japanese restaurants. It makes a great accompaniment to any salmon dish, whether it's served cold or hot. Keta caviar will add a splendor of colors to any holiday dinner, party or catering. It also can be served on a warm, crusty French baguette with butter or with eggs for breakfast. Common accompaniments for Keta are boiled eggs or baked potatoes with sour cream, onions and parsley. Keta caviar also makes an excellent addition to any spread or caviar dip. Keta Caviar should not be suggested to newcomers because of its intense flavor and crisp bursting beads. However this is what makes it so desirable by many caviar connoisseurs. Note: Keta caviar does not need a CITES permit for export. - Flavor: Clean fresh water flavor and is the lowest in salt available anywhere. - Manufacturer: Marky's - Brand: Marky's Caviar - Origin: Alaska, Canada - Size: Giant individual beads - Color: Vivid orange color, flashes of read - Shipping: Product is perishable and will be shipped via Overnight delivery - Preparation: Fresh Frozen, Cured with Salt - Packaging: Jar / Tin - Storage Type: Only Refrigerated, the product is perishable - Appearance: Crisp bursting pearls - Incredible on crusty French bread with cream fraiche - Drinks: Ice cold vodka or dry white wine
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