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Ceviche

A Central American dish of Spanish extraction - and probably based on 'escabeche'. It consists of thinly-sliced fish that has been "cooked" by the action of lime or lemon juice. Often served with tomato and sweet or chilli peppers, and sometimes avocado. See 'Escabeche' and our Recipe Section.

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