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    cajun soup gumbel or ?

    What do you call a soup that is part of the cajun cuisine "gumble"?

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    Re: cajun soup gumbel or ?

    I've never heard this word. There is a kind of soup called "gumbo" and it can indeed be found in Cajun cuisine.

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