Bizarre Foods - Jamaican Cuisine

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Jamaican cuisine includes a wide variety of seafood, tropical fruits, and meats. The dishes are usually a variations on the cuisines and cooking styles brought to the island from elsewhere.

Some of the popular Jamaican dishes include curry goat, fried dumplings, plate of jerk chicken with rice, saltfish, coco bread, and more.

With that in mind, every cuisine has some bizarre and strange foods. And the Jamaican cuisine is not an exception. You might wish to try these foods, or you might just say “thanks, but no thanks”.


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