What Does Beluga Mean?


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Shezan Shaikh answered
The word Beluga comes from Russian and it is derived from the word 'beloye', which means white. Beluga can be a white whale or a large white sturgeon from the Black and Caspian seas.

The Beluga Whale or the White Whale (Delphinapterus leucas) inhabits the Arctic and sub-arctic seas. This marine mammal is also commonly referred to as the Beluga Whale.
The Beluga Sturgeon from the Caspian Sea is different and it is the source of the world's best caviar.

It is a delicacy that is eaten as a garnish or spread with toast and chopped hard boiled eggs.

The name "caviar" is Persian. Caviar is the roe or eggs of the Sturgeon fish. The roe is processed by adding salt, which acts as a preservative and adds to the taste.
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Willie Buttler answered

I think, almost all the people like fish. As for me, the best part of the fish is caviar from here. Do you know any other caviar suppliers? Will be thankful for you!

Kent Rader Profile
Kent Rader answered

Agree, beluga is really great 'manufacturer' for the caviar. I tried several different types of caviar, but it was the best one.

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