Since the ban of the beloved beluga, other caviars and caviar alternatives have been attracting more attention. Cavi-art has the appearance of caviar but there are no fish eggs involved. The caviar substitute, which is made from seaweed, is from Denmark and is fat-free, lower in sodium and inexpensive ($5.98 for 3.5 ounces). According to the Chicago Sun-Times, chefs have been using it as a garnish but like Soy Kaviar, it's not really a substitute for the real thing. Cavi-Art comes in black lumpfish, red lumpfish, yellow lumpfish and red salmon caviar flavors.