15 Canadian delicacies you have to try



Bannock is a simple bread traditionally made by First Nations and Inuit communities with corn and nut meal, and flour made of ground roots. (It is different than Scottish bannock, made of barley or oats.) Bannock can be cooked in a pit, rock oven, or over an open fire on sticks. Today, it is mainly deep-fried. For a modern spin, try a bannock burger.

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