In Hawaii, seafood is so fresh that it's often consumed raw, in straightforward preparations such as ahi tuna poke (pronounced "poh-kay"). This raw fish salad, which was first eaten by native Hawaiians, is often served as an appetizer; today's popular versions consist of soy sauce, sesame oil, onion, and chili pepper. Unlike the rest of the country, Hawaiians don't consume this raw tartare with a side of wonton crisps or tortilla chips — they eat it just as it is!
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