What Is A Healthy Canadian Breakfast,Lunch,and Dinner?

I Need To Make A Menu Of A Day’s Worth Of Food. Here is The Catch, It Has To Be A Menu From A Different Country. My Country Was Canada…And Well I Need You Guys To Help Me With Some Ideas Of Something Healthy You Would Eat For Breakfast,Lunch,And Dinner. And It Has To Be Healthy Like The Right Amount Of Servings. It Would Help If You Guys Write A Food That Is Unique To Your Country, Something Another Country Wouldn’t Know About That Would Find Crazy.

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  1. Jean Talon August 26, 2013 at 1:56 AM - Reply

    Canadian breakfasts are generally pretty similar to American breakfasts. Additionally, most Canadian cities are pretty multicultural, so just about any dish could be eaten for breakfast. Asian, Indian, Italian, Jamaican, Ukrainian, Polish, British Isles, Dutch, French, Jewish, American, Mexican, and seasonal native dishes and ingredients are pretty popular.

    There are some regional specialties, especially in Quebec. There’s also the ubiquitous Tim Hortons, and many, although not all, Canadians will stop there for coffee in the morning.

    Weekday meals at home tend to be far simpler than weekend meals. Cold or hot cereal, a glass of juice and maybe a toasted bagel, and possibly some fruit, like a banana, apple, orange or some berries could all be considered typical. On weekends, some Canadians go out for brunch.

    But there is no typical Canadian meal.

    In other words, what ever healthy foods you like to eat, Canadians probably do too. There are not many unique Canadian foods, and pretty much any dish that is unique to Canada is unhealthy. Montreal-style bagels and some fresh varieties of fresh berries are about as good as it gets.

  2. Scribbled Sharpies August 26, 2013 at 1:42 AM - Reply

    i don’t know, i’m not canadian. they probably eat canadian bacon.

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