31 Common Canadian Foods Many Find Odd

 From Indigenous creations like pemmican bars to substantial home-cooked pies and fast food staples, 

 the Great White North's cuisine showcases its history, culture, and abundant produce.

Dress all-out like a Canadian. 

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This delicious mix of the following ingredients is one of the country's most popular crisp flavors.

Old Dutch Ridgies, which began making potato chips in Winnipeg in 1954, and Ruffles are the favorites

European immigrants and fur traders brought bannock to Canada from Scotland,

where its name comes from the Gaelic word bannach, meaning'morsel.' 

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