If you've dined out recently, you've probably noticed the increasing appearance of raw fish on restaurant menus. While ceviche and crudo have been leading the raw movement, the Hawaiian dish "poke" (pronounced POH-kay) has recently graduated to trend-of-the-moment status, delighting diners from sea to shining sea.
It's healthy, easy -- and customizable, so you can make it however you like.
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Devouring it doesn't require a trip to Oahu; chefs across the U.S. are realizing the power of its bright, refreshing appeal. Whether in the form of a fiery taco or served over a mound of brown rice, this dish is definitely trending.
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