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When you grew up eating your Fish in tomato sauce with Fried Plantains and white rice, it is a cultural shock to taste said fish with “rice & peas” and coleslaw as a side. Haitian tried it on us in French Guiana long ago, but they were operating from their “illegal immigrants and poor” situation. So … HELL NO! Eventually the pikliz, their version of the coleslaw widely available in the United Kingdom’s meals, gained our trust to the point of laughing at any other version of coleslaws. Haitian’s pikliz is tastier, spicier and tanguy. Fish in tomato sauce are meant to be married with unaltered rice (white rice) and fried plantain, is the moral of the story. Rice and …. gets in the way of the amazing taste of fresh food from the sea. It is still bizarre to French Caribbean to mix both. White rice, please!
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BY: Sylvaine FRANCIS