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The cuisine of Marshall Islands is influenced by the indigenous foods of the islands, such as breadfruit, coconut, bananas, papaya, seafood, and pandanus, as well as by the cuisines of other countries, such as China, Japan, Thailand, and the West.
Some of the common dishes in Marshall Islands are:

Bwiro: a breadfruit dish consisting of breadfruit paste that is fermented, wrapped in banana leaves and cooked in an underground oven.
Coconut crab: a large crab that lives on coconut palms and feeds on coconuts. It is cooked in various ways, such as boiled, baked, or grilled.
Sashimi: raw fish sliced thinly and served with soy sauce and wasabi. It is a popular dish among the Japanese community in Marshall Islands.
Sticky rice balls: rice balls that are cooked with coconut milk and sugar, and sometimes filled with sweet or savory ingredients. They are often eaten as a snack or dessert.

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