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Eating and Drinking Canadian Geography Questions

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The Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia and the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia are two places where this red fruit, often made into juice, is grown.
Several areas in eastern Canada produce this sweet liquid in the spring, which can be poured on pancakes or waffles.
This grain, one of the major products of prairie Canada, is used to make flour for white bread.
This vegetable originally came from Peru. It can be served baked, boiled, mashed, fried, or as chips.
The first recipes for this originally came from India. It is a thick red sauce made from tomatoes that some people like to put on top of French-fried potatoes or burgers.
This drink came from eastern North America. It was originally made by grinding up the roots of maple trees.
The name of this country is commonly associated with foods including tacos, enchiladas, burritos, and salsa.
This country is known for sushi, with rice, seaweed, and fish as common ingredients.
Recipes for lasagna and spaghetti are associated with this European country.
Grown in México, these beans are used to flavour white ice cream.

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