At its best, ceviche is just fresh-raw-fish, citric juice, and vegetables, herbs, and spices mixed together and topped with something crunchy.
It's served throughout Latin America and right here in Miami too.
But this city is just as likely to serve you frozen Vietnamese swai fish in your ceviche as a snapper, so here's how to make your own at home, courtesy of local and fresh believer My Ceviche's chef Sam Gorenstein.
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