Capers are a plant normally consumed in Mediterranean cuisine. Generally, the flower bud of the plant is consumed. Capers are high in riboflavin, vitamin K, iron, and thiamine.
Capers can be eaten like any other vegetable. Normally, it is consumed after being stored with vinegar and some salt. In Mediterranean cuisine, it is known to be used in while preparing fish.
2 times per week
Capers are very high sodium, so they should be consumed in moderation. If you have diabetes, consult your doctor before consuming capers.