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Jewish Recipes --> Spices and Ingredients -- > Capers and Caperberries

Capers are flower buds of a shrub which is native to eastern Asia but widespread in hot regions, and caperberries are their fruit. Capers are used as a condiment, either pickled in vinegar or preserved in brine. The Romans used them to season fish sauces. Capers are also used to flavor rice and meatballs and garnish pizzas; they go well with mustard and horseradish.


Delicias genuine Spanish capers and caperberries are hand-picked from vines, cured and packed by Agrucapers, the world's largest and finest caper grower and processor.

Caperberries are the fruit from the same plant that produces capers. Caperberries are larger and less intense in flavor than capers and can be eaten as part of an appetizer dish or used to garnish salads

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