Nutty, buttery, crisp kibbutz caviar
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Nutty, buttery, crisp kibbutz caviar

Tehrān : Iran | May 30, 2012 at 1:11 AM PDT
Source: Jerusalem Post
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It was the peak of Russian Jewish immigration to Israel in the 1990s and they were looking to breed the famous Caspian Sea fish for local consumption by the thousands of newcomers. We took the big risk in 2003 when we decided to go to caviar, because before it was for (sturgeon) meat," Ben Tzvi says. FULL ARTICLE AT Jerusalem Post
 
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