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Sponsor Post: Eating Local in Montréal

Eating locally raised and harvested food is an important part of any authentic travel experience. Montréal certainly has its local specialties, such as poutine, smoked meat and bagels. And any visit to Montréal would not be complete with out sampling these staples. But there are other foods that receive less attention.
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