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Filipino cuisine is very similar to that found throughout Southeast Asia, although influenced by Spanish cuisine due to 300 years of colonization. It is rich in rice, introduced by Chinese merchants in the past. In fact, the country has numerous rice fields where this food is grown. The most common form of preparation is similar to the Spanish, in which numerous ingredients are mixed. Filipino cuisine includes fresh meat, fish and seafood, and is notable for its stews and noodles.