14 Canadian Foods You May Not Have Tried

14 Canadian Foods You May Not Have Tried

It seems like you can get anything at the grocery store nowadays. Many Canadians have tried all sorts of international eats, but there are tons of regional delicacies that rarely make it across the country. While they're part of everyday eating for locals, you may need to book a trip to taste all of these foods yourself.

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Moose

Moose hunting is common in many communities across Canada, including parts of Newfoundland, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Moose meat has a flavour similar to beef, but is very lean, meaning it's best when slow cooked, stewed, in sausage or ground with a little bit of fat and served as burger.

Get the recipe for Moose Spareribs

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Halifax Donairs

Synonymous with the East Coast city, these late-night wraps are stuffed with thinly sliced and perfectly spiced meat, onions, tomatoes, and the one-of-a-kind, sweet and garlicky donair sauce. While there's a few rare places outside of Nova Scotia where you can grab one of these intentionally drippy sandwiches, the real deal is always found in Halifax.

Learn the history of Halifax Donairs

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