Caveach refers to a British dish that is composed of a variety of fried and pickled fish. Moreover, Caveach is an Irish dish made of boned and fried fillets of fish, often a mackerel which is stored in a crock covered with vinegar. Caveach is served cold, usually with potato salad.

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