Chep-Bu-Jen is the national dish is Senegal; the Wolof word for "rice with fish". Chep-Bu-Jen is made of rice with tomato sauce with boiled fish and some vegetables, such as carrots, cabbage, and green peppers. Chep-Bu-Jen is originally from the city of Saint-Louis. Senegal's basic food is rice cooked with a spicy sauce and vegetables.

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