Coco bread

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Coco bread
Type Bread
Main ingredients Flour, coconut milk, baker's yeast
Coco bread stuffed with a Jamaican beef patty
Jamaican coco bread from a Los Angeles bakery

Coco bread is eaten in Jamaica and other areas of the Caribbean.[1] The bread contains some coconut milk, and is starchy and slightly sweet. It is often split in half and stuffed with a Jamaican patty to form a sandwich[citation needed].

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  1. ^ Houston, L.M. (2005). Food Culture in the Caribbean. Food culture around the world. Greenwood Press. p. 64. ISBN 978-0-313-32764-3. Retrieved October 19, 2017.