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A pochouse is a French fish stew made with freshwater fish, such as eel, pike, and perch. It is a speciality of the Burgundy region, along the banks of the rivers Doubs and Saône. Its name is derived from the fisherman's poche (literally ‘pocket’), the bag in which he keeps his catch.

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