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Coucou without the flying fish

I know coucou with flying fish is our national dish.The national dish of Barbados.I really don't know what that means but I know it couldn't be fun for the poor fish.I usually enjoy my coucou without flying fish since I prefer not to eat animals.Luckily my wife is a chef so she can concoct all of these non animal dishes for me.

I can tell you that not all flying fish are killed and prepared the same way.Some people can really bring out the flavour of dead fish.If you want to enjoy the special flavour of traditional Bajan coucou and flying fish that hasn't changed in over 100 years.I know where you can go but you have to contact me first.....before you do....think of the fish


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