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9 Unique Bucketlist Foods Every Torontonian Should Try

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9 Unique Bucketlist Foods Every Torontonian Should Try

The internet is obsessed with strange foods.

Whether the food is heart-attack inducing and bacon-covered, or a strange combo of two unlike foods, or maybe just plain gross, admit it, you can't help but wonder what it tastes like.  If this is the kind of curiosity that drives your eating habits, then you've come to the right place.

We have done some serious research and have compiled a list of some of Toronto's strangest and most unique foods. Would you dare to try these?:

Photo cred- @mandibelle 

Big Mac Pizza aka The Sir John A. McDonald // Big House Pizza

Photo cred- Poutineville

Pogo Poutine // Poutineville 

Photo cred- @arnoldlan

Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwich w. popcorn, Fruit Pebbles, & marshmallows // Junked Food Co. 

Photo cred- @romiloca

The Bloody Jerk Caesar // Harlem 

Photo cred- @brendatethis

S'mores Bao // Lucky Red 

Photo cred- @hopeyourehungry

Fried Lobster and Waffles // Rock Lobster

Photo cred- @bakehoppeto

Ruffles Marshmellow Squares // Bake Shoppe 

Photo cred- @taniajbarbosa

Kangaroo Sausage // Wvrst 

Photo cred- @cookiemartinez

Crittle aka Cricket Brittle // Cookie Martinez 

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