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#BlackCaviar & Orthodox Church

August 25, 2017


1280 - the Russian Orthodox Church formally sanctioned caviar, sturgeon and other fish as foods that could be consumed during religious fasts, when meat and rich delicacies were forbidden.


Orthodox Christians were obligated to forgo meat for as many as two hundred days a year. The church made it easier for peasants to follow its religious doctrine.



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Sturgeon – a two hundred million years old fish  known as “THE LIVING FOSSIL”

Some species of sturgeon  can live up to 100 years or more.

The largest sturgeon ever caught  was a 28-foot long Beluga  that weighed 4,570 pounds and caught in 1736.