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poutine (french fries,cheesecurd,and gravy)

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Posted on: July 14, 2009 at 1:45PM

Why would someone say to skip this food. While I was in Quebec we were told to try this food.We did and it was delicious.. Don't leave Quebec without trying this local fare report a problem

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Posted on: January 14, 2010 at 12:41PM

I totally agree. As an American living in Toronto, I can say that after avoiding it for more than a year, poutine has become my favourite all-Canadian food. I can't believe Concierge has listed it as a thing to miss. Especially these days when fancy poutine recipes are all the rage on many high-end restaurant menus. Sure, it's fattening, but that's no reason to skip it---especially while on vacation!

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