This is a twist on a Emeril Lagasse recipe from 2005. Recipe is healthy, flavorful, and easy to prepare. My family doesn't like "hot" stuff, so this recipe is mild. That being said, feel free to add serrano chiles or jalapeno peppers to your taste. I made about 4 different ceviches the other day for taste testing (yes, my husband is spoiled) and this was our favorite. NOTE: I have made this several times since the original posting and wanted to post a quick update. Feel free to sub sweet bell pepper (diced) for the cucumber. Also add salt and lemon pepper to taste at the end AFTER it is "cooked". I usually let mine "cook" for 6 hours, not the 3 recommended.