French translation: highly seasoned stew made of several kinds of fish or shellfish
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Yes, it is a highly seasoned french fish stew, Webster says, but in fact, it is rather a soup. The word comes from bouillir and peis (fish) It is Marseille's favored dish make with tomatoes and several fish, adding 'rouille' (garlic past with strong red pepper).
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