Coco Bread refers to a kind/type of bread that eaten in Jamaica and other areas of the Caribbean. However, despite the name, the Coco Bread does not contain coconut. Coco Bread is starchy and slightly sweet and is often split in half and stuffed with a Jamaican patty to form a sandwich.

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