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The most desirable fish delicacy is Chinook caviar.

Buying it is not as easy as it seems at first glance. However, if you are lucky, you will become the owner of very valuable and rare red caviar, which is also called “royal caviar”.

Its useful properties are superior to other types of caviar. Its eggs are of the unique 6-7 (sometimes as much as 10 mm) mm size, making you stand still in silent admiration in front of them. Aristocratic Chinook caviar has an unforgettable delicate taste with a slight bitterness and just melts in the mouth, and its rich red color looks incredibly delicious.

Chinook fish is a delightfully large member of the salmon family, which is called “royal salmon” in America. Its size ranges from 90 to 180 cm, which already asks for some respect. Chinook salmon has its own unique and distinctive taste. This can be said not only about its bright red flesh but about caviar as well. Due to the impressive size of the fish, its caviar also has a rather large diameter.

It is not only pleasant to eat it, but also very nice to just look at. Thin shell, bright color and delicious juiciness with subtle bitterness are the exceptional characteristics of this caviar, for which it is adored. The Chinook is listed in the Red Book of Kamchatka and its catch is strictly limited, therefore, to acquire and enjoy such a rare delicacy is a stroke of great luck.

Unique characteristics of Chinook caviar

Surprisingly, the beneficial properties of caviar, as well as flesh of this fish, may vary over time, depending on age, habitat, and sex of each fish. In addition to the well-known vitamins and microelements that are present in all types of red caviar, Chinook caviar is unique while containing two unusual docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) - they belong to the omega-3 polyunsaturated acids. So what is their benefit?

Improving brain activity.

• Beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system.

• Preventing stroke, heart attack and atherosclerosis.

• Helpful against depressions.

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