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    In Canada, mille-feuille is more commonly named 'gâteaux Napoléon,' or 'Napoleon Slice,' (in English Canada) due to the country's long French history. It is sold either with custard, whipped cream, or both, between three layers of puff pastry. Almond paste is the most common flavoured variety. There is a French Canadian way where the mille-feuille is done with graham crackers instead of puff pastry, and where pudding replaces the custard layer.

    Canadian oatcakes - Scottish immigrants to the New World brought the recipe for this sustaining food to Canada. (An oatcake is a type of cracker or pancake, made from oatmeal, and sometimes flour as well. Oatcakes are cooked on a griddle)

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    Sopalali Mousse. Made from soapberries, really tart.

    Birch Syrup is a rare treat. Unlike maple syrup, which requires 40 litres of sap to produce one litre of syrup, birch requires between 85 and 150 litres of sap, depending on the tree and the conditions each year. Most birch syrup is made from the white birch tees that grow across northern Canada. Its fabulous taste is quite unique. It is semi-sweet, very unusual, and is sometimes described as combining the flavours of honey, caramel, liquorice, and molasses, with a spicy, balsamic aftertaste.

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