I always thought it was cruel to eat caviar - despite the fact that I eat other animal products. But, after watching the process by which it is removed, there is nothing that would induce me to try it. It looks so cruel! ...YouTube.
Vee, Our 3 year old granddaughter was crying & crying, as she watched the Nemo DVD when Nemo lost his mum & siblings, in the opening scenes. The DVD had to be stopped, so her parents could explain things to her. (They've never had tv since she's been born, & the family are vegetarians.)
I've never tried caviar before. I have a feeling I wouldn't like it. I'm not so sure about it from a sustainability point of view either. I've never seen it harvested though, so I don't know if it is farmed or wild.
Okay . . . so now I think I must be thinking of something else because if it was horrible I would be very upset. I cannot stand fishing so I must be thinking of something else for sure. Now I don't want to know about harvesting caviar :((
I love caviar. I have only had it on crackers etc. at a party I went to and another at an afternoon tea. But I certainly thought it was lovely.
I don't know about the harvesting side of things - can someone please explain (briefly).
OK………well once they kill the fish, they take the eggs, and then what happens to the fish. Doesn't it get eaten too or are they discarding the fish. Would you explain it to me Vee ? And is this a procedure that is done in Russia (like for Russian Caviar), or is it the same the world over ?