Fish Roes There are 5 products.

Fish roes vary in their designations depending on the variety of the fish they come from. They are considered to be a sort of delicacy with varying values. Like all eggs, the fish eggs are very nutritious as they are indented to provide the necessary nutrients for the embryo to grow until they can feed themselves. These eggs offer many colorful ways of serving. On toast, decoration, base for a sauce…

  • Salmon Roe
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    Salmon Roe

    Their preparation is similar to that of sturgeon eggs. There are different species of salmon. The most popular reference is CHUM. It comes from USA or Canada. The harvest season is from july to November. In Europe the size and appearance being more important, they prefer hard shell. The Japanese prefer the smaller grain soft shell type.

    Their preparation is similar to that of sturgeon eggs. There are different species of...

    Their preparation is similar to that of sturgeon eggs. There are different species of salmon. The most popular reference is CHUM. It comes from USA or Canada. The harvest season...

  • Salmon roe (sushi)
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    Salmon Roe (Sushi)

    (sushi grade) For fresh use only. Soft shell and smaller grain size comparable to trout roe, very much appreciated by the connoisseurs for their taste and flavor.

    (sushi grade) For fresh use only. Soft shell and smaller grain size comparable to trout...

    (sushi grade) For fresh use only. Soft shell and smaller grain size comparable to trout roe, very much appreciated by the connoisseurs for their taste and flavor.

  • Trout Roe
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    Trout Roe

    They surfaced only about twenty years ago into the market. France given the ideal climate, has a lot of trout farms. Very fine texture, size, natural taste… The trout eggs being relatively high-end, are an alternative to salmon eggs.

    They surfaced only about twenty years ago into the market. France given the ideal...

    They surfaced only about twenty years ago into the market. France given the ideal climate, has a lot of trout farms. Very fine texture, size, natural taste… The trout eggs being...

  • Flying fish roe
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    Flying Fish Roe

    or Tobiko Very popular in Japan, these eggs are a must! Tobiko is the Japanese word for flying fish roe. These eggs are small, ranging from 0.5 mm to 0.8 mm. The Tobiko is slightly larger than smelt eggs (masago) and way smaller than salmon eggs (Ikura). Their grains are crunchy under the teeth. The natural Tobiko flavored with wasabi (green), ginger (orange) or squid ink (black).

    or Tobiko Very popular in Japan, these eggs are a must! Tobiko is the Japanese word for...

    or Tobiko Very popular in Japan, these eggs are a must! Tobiko is the Japanese word for flying fish roe. These eggs are small, ranging from 0.5 mm to 0.8 mm. The Tobiko is...

  • Smelt eggs
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    Smelt eggs

    or Masago Product of wild fishing in Iceland, massago is the capelin roe. Ideal for making sushi or sandwiches, their texture is crunchy. It can be flavored with wasabi (green) or soy (orange).

    or Masago Product of wild fishing in Iceland, massago is the capelin roe. Ideal for...

    or Masago Product of wild fishing in Iceland, massago is the capelin roe. Ideal for making sushi or sandwiches, their texture is crunchy. It can be flavored with wasabi (green)...

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  • Flying fish roe
    Flying Fish Roe

    or Tobiko Very popular in Japan, these eggs are a must! Tobiko is...

  • Smelt eggs
    Smelt eggs

    or Masago Product of wild fishing in Iceland, massago is the capelin...

  • Salmon roe (sushi)
    Salmon Roe (Sushi)

    (sushi grade) For fresh use only. Soft shell and smaller grain size...

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