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How Many Of These Canadian Foods Have You Eaten?
Oh please. You think you can eat poutine once on a trip to Montreal and call yourself a connoisseur of Canadian cuisine? C’mon, bud. Get back out there and down an entire box of maple cookies.
Wow, that’s pretty impressive! You’ve had bites from all across the country but there’s still some items you’re missing. Hit the road and try some traditional dishes from Quebec or something yummy from the East Coast!
Hells ya! You're a true Canadian foodie and your country is proud of you. You’ve got an adventurous palate and you’re always down to taste something cheesy, fishy, and sugary. Go kick back, crack a beer (a Canadian one, obviously) and celebrate your awesomeness.