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Ceviche (or “cebiche”, it can be spelled several ways) is a dish prepared with raw fish that is usually marinated in lime juice and other fresh ingredients. It is usually prepared with fish, but you can also find it made using shrimp, octopus, crab, and clams. It’s a very popular appetizer in the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Coast. Some ingredients change depending on the region of the country, but the traditional ceviche is made with lime juice, tomatoes, peppers, onion, cilantro, oregano and a few drops of spicy salsa, usually a bottled salsa. There are many variations for ceviche, and I particularly like the Acapulco style ceviche that includes Ketchup and a spicy sauce in the list of ingredients.