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(From Our Glossary Feature)

Bouillabaisse is a type of fish stew that traces its roots back to France. A typical bouillabaisse should have a number of different types of shellfish and whitefish mixed together, including (but not limited to) shrimp, oysters, crabmeat, lobster, mussels, monkfish, haddock, halibut, catfish, and cod. Herbs, spices, and vegetables are also added to round out the flavor of bouillabaisse.

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