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  • - This is heaven.

  • - Props to them for making this.

  • This is delicious.

  • ♪ (French accordion music) ♪

  • - (FBE) It is time to try another country's food.

  • - Oh no, not again.

  • - (FBE) And we've been getting a lot of suggestions

  • to explore some food from Canada.

  • - Oh. I like Canada.

  • I would like to go there one day.

  • - That's not too far away. Hopefully, it's fine.

  • - ♪ Canada Oh, Canada

  • I don't know the song.

  • - (FBE) We know there are a lot of options

  • for Canadian food and the food we're

  • presenting you with today is some of the more

  • popular native Canadian food. - I know there are more

  • donut shops in Canada than any other country

  • because of a book that I read.

  • - I've never tried any food from Canada,

  • so this is gonna be interesting.

  • - The only thing I've heard of or tried is

  • Canadian bacon and I'm not even sure if

  • that's even Canadian.

  • - All I know is just stereotypical Canadian stuff.

  • Maple and poutine. I'm excited and I hope

  • it tastes good.

  • - (FBE) All right, here's your first

  • Canadian dish. - I see french fries.

  • - I think it's cheese or something.

  • It looks pretty greasy, I'll admit.

  • - It smells like honey and fast food restaurant.

  • - That's really good. It might be something

  • like a Canadian In-N-Out.

  • - This is actually pretty good. I'm not sure what

  • kind of sauce this is.

  • - Is that gravy? Oh my gosh, that's gravy.

  • - (FBE) So, this is called poutine.

  • - Okay. - (FBE) Have you ever

  • heard of poutine? - No, but I've heard of Putin.

  • - (FBE) So, poutine is Canada's national food.

  • Its crispy fries, squeaky cheese curds,

  • and rich gravy all combined to create the meal of dreams

  • and this French Canadian food is so popular that it can

  • now be found all around the world.

  • - Hm, that's pretty cool. Now it's all around the world

  • and everyone can enjoy it.

  • - Oh my gosh, I'm gonna eat even more of this.

  • This is so good. What a feast!

  • - (FBE) All right, here's your next one.

  • - I wonder what this is. It looks like ham.

  • - It's probably turkey and I don't wanna be rude,

  • but I hate turkey so much.

  • - Isn't this just Canadian bacon?

  • - Delicious.

  • - It's very smoky. For this one,

  • I'll give it a thumbs up.

  • - Mm, I feel like I've had this before.

  • It's like ham.

  • - (FBE) This is Canadian bacon. - Oh, I've heard that before,

  • but this isn't like normal bacon.

  • - (FBE) What's known in Canada as peameal bacon

  • is known as Canadian bacon everywhere else.

  • Unlike traditional bacon, which comes from

  • the pig's belly, Canadian bacon is lean pork loin

  • that's been brined and rolled in cornmeal.

  • - Well, I think traditional bacon is still better,

  • but this is actually pretty good.

  • - This is equally-- maybe a little bit better.

  • - (FBE) So, we're gonna have you try something else

  • with that bacon. - Oh, okay.

  • - (FBE) And this is your third thing to taste from Canada.

  • - Whoa, what is this stuff? Is it maple syrup?

  • - Yep, this is definitely Canadian food.

  • - Oh shoot, I'm scared it's gonna taste bad,

  • but it probably isn't.

  • - Is this maple syrup? This is heaven.

  • - I think it's really good. The syrup makes the bacon

  • taste way better.

  • - I knew it. It's syrup.

  • I actually really like this combination.

  • A little bit sweet, but also kind of bitter.

  • - It's sweeter. It tastes richer.

  • - Whenever I do go out to a breakfast restaurant,

  • whenever I get my bacon, I always put maple syrup

  • kind of on it. I'm basically Canadian now.

  • - (FBE) So, this is maple syrup.

  • You can add maple syrup to just about anything

  • in Canadian culture including poutine

  • and Canadian bacon. - And pancakes, of course.

  • - (FBE) Quebec produces two thirds of all the world's

  • maple syrup. - Well, thank you Quebec

  • for making most of the maple syrup that I eat.

  • - I'll be taking the syrup home and drinking it

  • on the way home, so thank you very much

  • for letting me keep that.

  • - (FBE) Okay, here is the next one.

  • - Oh, gosh. It just looks green, mushy.

  • - This kind of looks like a fruit pie.

  • These are raisins.

  • - Pretty good.

  • - Kind of tastes like a jelly donut.

  • - The bread is really crumbly.

  • Mm, it's delicious with the raisins.

  • - I kind of like the bread stuff but the inside

  • is not that delicious. Maybe because I don't

  • like raisins.

  • - (FBE) So, this is called a butter tart.

  • - Oh, butter tart.

  • - (FBE) In Ontario, there are dedicated

  • butter tart trails that lead to lead to bakeries

  • and festivals where people compete to make the tastiest

  • butter tart treats. - It sounds like it would

  • be really fun to go to one of those festivals.

  • - I could see why people would have a big festival for this.

  • I mean, it tastes pretty good.

  • - (FBE) Here's your next one. - Oh, it looks like

  • some sort of cake.

  • - Yay, it's dessert, 'cause there's chocolate.

  • Oh my gosh.

  • - It kind of looks like a brownie or a granola bar

  • or some sort of cake.

  • - Mm, I like the top layer just the bottom layer

  • isn't my favorite part.

  • - Not bad. The aftertaste is better.

  • - Oh my God. That is so good!

  • - This is kinda like a brownie and then

  • you squished up the whole brownie up and then

  • you put a granola bar in there.

  • - (FBE) This is called a Nanaimo bar.

  • - Props to them who made this. This is delicious.

  • - (FBE) It's a dessert named after the city of Nanaimo

  • in British Columbia on Vancouver Island.

  • It consists of three layers, a wafer and coconut crumb base,

  • custard flavored butter icing in the middle,

  • and a layer of chocolate ganache on top.

  • - Now I taste the coconut.

  • - If it was from the US, then it would probably be

  • one of the top snacks, 'cause it's delicious.

  • - (FBE) So, what did you think of trying this Canadian food today?

  • - It was better than I expected. This is probably the only one

  • where I enjoyed every single thing.

  • - It may not look as good as you think it will taste,

  • but in the end, the Canadian food was delicious.

  • - I hate to break it to you guys, but they have tastier bacon.

  • - Thanks for watching us try Canadian food

  • on the React Channel.

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  • - What food should we try next?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • - Bye.

  • - What's up everyone, Alyssa here, a producer from the React Channel.

  • Thanks so much for watching us try Canadian food today.

  • There are so many Canadian dishes that are amazing.

  • What's your favorite? Let us know in the comments

  • and we'll see you next time, eh?

- This is heaven.

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