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A local luxury: Lake Superior caviar

Yes, that's a thing. The Star Tribune takes a look at Grand Marais' Dockside Fish Market, which processes 60,000 pounds of herring roe into caviar every year. Most of that is shipped to Scandinavian countries, but you can get a little right here in its native land.
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Yes, that's a thing. The Star Tribune takes a look at Grand Marais' Dockside Fish Market, which processes 60,000 pounds of herring roe into caviar every year. Most of that is shipped to Scandinavian countries, but you can get a little right here in its native land.

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