Caper

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Ingredient NameCaper
Ingredient Type Spice
Wikipedia SummaryOther parts of Capparis plants are used in the manufacture of medicines and cosmetics. Capparis spinosa is native to almost all the circum-Mediterranean countries, and is included in the flora of most of them, but whether it is indigenous to this region is uncertain. Caper leaves, which are hard to find outside of Greece or Cyprus, are used particularly in salads and fish dishes. Athenaeus in Deipnosophistae pays a lot of attention to the caper, as do Pliny (NH XIX, XLVIII.163) and Theophrastus.Etymologically, the caper and its relatives in several European languages can be traced back to Classical Latin capparis, “caper”, in turn borrowed from the Greek κάππαρις, kápparis, whose origin (as that of the plant) is unknown but is probably Asian. They are carefully distinguished in the Mishnah and the Talmud from the caper leaves, alin, shoots, temarot, and the caper buds, capperisin (note the similarity 'caper'isin to 'caper'); all of which were eaten as seen from the blessing requirement, and declared to be the fruit of the ẓelaf or caper plant.
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