Pesce bollito is the Italian term for "boiled fish". Fish can be boiled with herbs and spices with some added green vegetables. Pesang Bangus from the Philippines is an example of boiled fish with herbs and spices (leeks, ginger, pepper) with green vegetables like pechay.

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