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A diet centered around fish
Martinique is an island full of professional and amateur fishermen. No wonder then that seafood plays an important role in its cuisine, which uses all kinds of fish: marlin, sea bream, snapper, tuna, sea bass, etc. Eaten raw as a tartare, grilled, fried, or even stewed, the fish is sublimated by different preparations that include local ingredients such as coconut milk, citrus fruits, peppers, or spices. The people of Martinique are among the biggest fish consumers in the world, with nearly 108 lbs (49 kg) per inhabitant and per year.
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