The Trendy & Futuristic Vegan Caviar

Vegan caviar also known as Caviart. It is a product that tastes and looks like real caviar. It is made as a vegan or/and cheaper substitute for caviar and is used in a large number of restaurants. It is a sustainable substitute for caviar since it helps to secure the fish stocks, biodiversity, and maritime ecosystems of the future. It has an award-winning taste and is now preferred by top gourmet vegan chefs of Europe.

Some of the best plant-based Caviar is made in Denmark. The flavor is salty and just like regular caviar, they pop in your mouth when eating. Caviart is made purely from plant-based products and consists of seaweed, xanthan, and other aromas added.

Caviart has a lot of pros to it such as no discoloring of food, it can be used in hot and cold dishes, long shelf-life and can last up to 3 months after being opened.

Photo from Tenax.dk

The animal product Caviar is roe or eggs from the sturgeon family of fish. For many people & restaurants, it’s considered a delicacy and is often eaten raw as an appetizer. Historically, the most prized types of caviar came from the Caspian and Black Seas, but due to overfishing, it’s hard to get this type of caviar anymore. Now caviar is now produced around the whole world, and this is not a good thing.

The oceans are being overfished and emptied of life. Overfishing is a big problem around the whole world. Fishermen slaughter fish to sell to grocery stores & restaurants around the world. The seas are dying because it needs its fish to have a normal ecosystem.

“According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, 80 percent of the world’s fish stocks for which assessment information is available are considered fully exploited or overexploited. Researchers are predicting that all fisheries will have completely collapsed by the year 2048 due to loss of bio-diversity caused by overfishing and the many other human threats facing ocean wildlife and ecosystems, such as pollution, climate change and ocean acidification, and the loss of vital habitats.”
– Onegreenplanet.org

Are you interested in this product, then we understand. You can get it in many different colors & flavors like Caviart Wasabi & even Caviart Strawberry for Desserts. Amazing!

At PLANT POWER FOOD restaurant we have been using Caviart from Tenax Sild, which is a Danish company on the island Fyn. They also make caviart in bigger pearls, which are really good on salads & open sandwiches.


https://www.thespruceeats.com/what-is-caviar-1807004

https://caviart.com/produkter/?lang=da

https://www.tenax.dk/produkt-kategori/cavi-art/