What is capers?
Capers, also known as keper, cat-nail, vagina, crow melon, castor cucumber and caper grass, is a thorny fruit that grows in small buds and is pickled. While the leaves, branches and roots of this plant, which is specific to the Mediterranean, are used for medicinal, paint and cosmetic purposes, its branches, tips, buds and fruits are used in meals.
What are the benefits of capers?
It is known that capers, which are rich in vitamins, especially vitamin A and E, are good for MS disease. It shows antioxidant properties thanks to its flavanoid substance. It is a digestive system-friendly food because it is rich in fiber.