Caperberries come from the caper bush—a tree mainly found along the Mediterranean that also produces floral buds called capers. Once picked, the fruit is salted and brined. It can then be eaten whole or added to different recipes. Caperberries have recently been experiencing a culinary revival in dishes such as beef and fish tartare. They can also be enjoyed on their own, as an accompaniment or as an appetizer.
Caperberries, salt, vinegar