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I absolutely have to freeze my Russian ostera caviar. How bad will this affects its taste and texture?
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Forgive me, but your cat won't be able to taste the difference.

If it is for people... Especially people who have spent considerable funds for a quality caviar... You are disappointing them at every level.

The eggs are a delicacy... As in “delicate tiny spheres of goodness”

Freezing will burst most, and turn the rest to a vaguely fish-smelling mush.

My advice... Don't do it. Give it to a friend worthy of owing you a big favor.

Sorry.... I'm not guessing on this. Tried it 3 different times.

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Do not freeze caviar for then it becomes frozen cat food. It changes the mechanical consistency and texture of it, much less any taste. After all it is just fish eggs isn't it. I usually buy red caviar from https://globalseafoods.com/collections/red-caviar and eat it in few days.
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