字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - This is heaven. - Props to them for making this. This is delicious. ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ - (FBE) It is time to try another country's food. - Oh no, not again. - (FBE) And we've been getting a lot of suggestions to explore some food from Canada. - Oh. I like Canada. I would like to go there one day. - That's not too far away. Hopefully, it's fine. - ♪ Canada Oh, Canada ♪ I don't know the song. - (FBE) We know there are a lot of options for Canadian food and the food we're presenting you with today is some of the more popular native Canadian food. - I know there are more donut shops in Canada than any other country because of a book that I read. - I've never tried any food from Canada, so this is gonna be interesting. - The only thing I've heard of or tried is Canadian bacon and I'm not even sure if that's even Canadian. - All I know is just stereotypical Canadian stuff. Maple and poutine. I'm excited and I hope it tastes good. - (FBE) All right, here's your first Canadian dish. - I see french fries. - I think it's cheese or something. It looks pretty greasy, I'll admit. - It smells like honey and fast food restaurant. - That's really good. It might be something like a Canadian In-N-Out. - This is actually pretty good. I'm not sure what kind of sauce this is. - Is that gravy? Oh my gosh, that's gravy. - (FBE) So, this is called poutine. - Okay. - (FBE) Have you ever heard of poutine? - No, but I've heard of Putin. - (FBE) So, poutine is Canada's national food. Its crispy fries, squeaky cheese curds, and rich gravy all combined to create the meal of dreams and this French Canadian food is so popular that it can now be found all around the world. - Hm, that's pretty cool. Now it's all around the world and everyone can enjoy it. - Oh my gosh, I'm gonna eat even more of this. This is so good. What a feast! - (FBE) All right, here's your next one. - I wonder what this is. It looks like ham. - It's probably turkey and I don't wanna be rude, but I hate turkey so much. - Isn't this just Canadian bacon? - Delicious. - It's very smoky. For this one, I'll give it a thumbs up. - Mm, I feel like I've had this before. It's like ham. - (FBE) This is Canadian bacon. - Oh, I've heard that before, but this isn't like normal bacon. - (FBE) What's known in Canada as peameal bacon is known as Canadian bacon everywhere else. Unlike traditional bacon, which comes from the pig's belly, Canadian bacon is lean pork loin that's been brined and rolled in cornmeal. - Well, I think traditional bacon is still better, but this is actually pretty good. - This is equally-- maybe a little bit better. - (FBE) So, we're gonna have you try something else with that bacon. - Oh, okay. - (FBE) And this is your third thing to taste from Canada. - Whoa, what is this stuff? Is it maple syrup? - Yep, this is definitely Canadian food. - Oh shoot, I'm scared it's gonna taste bad, but it probably isn't. - Is this maple syrup? This is heaven. - I think it's really good. The syrup makes the bacon taste way better. - I knew it. It's syrup. I actually really like this combination. A little bit sweet, but also kind of bitter. - It's sweeter. It tastes richer. - Whenever I do go out to a breakfast restaurant, whenever I get my bacon, I always put maple syrup kind of on it. I'm basically Canadian now. - (FBE) So, this is maple syrup. You can add maple syrup to just about anything in Canadian culture including poutine and Canadian bacon. - And pancakes, of course. - (FBE) Quebec produces two thirds of all the world's maple syrup. - Well, thank you Quebec for making most of the maple syrup that I eat. - I'll be taking the syrup home and drinking it on the way home, so thank you very much for letting me keep that. - (FBE) Okay, here is the next one. - Oh, gosh. It just looks green, mushy. - This kind of looks like a fruit pie. These are raisins. - Pretty good. - Kind of tastes like a jelly donut. - The bread is really crumbly. Mm, it's delicious with the raisins. - I kind of like the bread stuff but the inside is not that delicious. Maybe because I don't like raisins. - (FBE) So, this is called a butter tart. - Oh, butter tart. - (FBE) In Ontario, there are dedicated butter tart trails that lead to lead to bakeries and festivals where people compete to make the tastiest butter tart treats. - It sounds like it would be really fun to go to one of those festivals. - I could see why people would have a big festival for this. I mean, it tastes pretty good. - (FBE) Here's your next one. - Oh, it looks like some sort of cake. - Yay, it's dessert, 'cause there's chocolate. Oh my gosh. - It kind of looks like a brownie or a granola bar or some sort of cake. - Mm, I like the top layer just the bottom layer isn't my favorite part. - Not bad. The aftertaste is better. - Oh my God. That is so good! - This is kinda like a brownie and then you squished up the whole brownie up and then you put a granola bar in there. - (FBE) This is called a Nanaimo bar. - Props to them who made this. This is delicious. - (FBE) It's a dessert named after the city of Nanaimo in British Columbia on Vancouver Island. It consists of three layers, a wafer and coconut crumb base, custard flavored butter icing in the middle, and a layer of chocolate ganache on top. - Now I taste the coconut. - If it was from the US, then it would probably be one of the top snacks, 'cause it's delicious. - (FBE) So, what did you think of trying this Canadian food today? - It was better than I expected. This is probably the only one where I enjoyed every single thing. - It may not look as good as you think it will taste, but in the end, the Canadian food was delicious. - I hate to break it to you guys, but they have tastier bacon. - Thanks for watching us try Canadian food on the React Channel. - Don't miss out, Subscribe. - What food should we try next? Let us know in the comments. - Bye. - What's up everyone, Alyssa here, a producer from the React Channel. Thanks so much for watching us try Canadian food today. There are so many Canadian dishes that are amazing. What's your favorite? Let us know in the comments and we'll see you next time, eh?