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Tim Hortons now has a poutine donut

Canada just did the most Canadian thing ever: poutine doughnuts. 

To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, Tim Hortons just unveiled a limited-time, special menu that includes Maple Tim-bits, a Maple Bacon Iced Capp and that’s right, a poutine doughnut.

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Poutine, a beloved Canadian dish, originally hails from the province of Quebec. Traditionally, it’s a generous heap of french fries or potato wedges, cheese curds and topped with light brown gravy.

(Photo via Amelia Robinson)

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Now smother all that carbohydrate-goodness on top of a doughy breakfast delicacy— here at Dayton.com, our stomachs and taste buds have some mixed emotions. But we encourage our readers to be daring and embrace our northern neighbors’ creation.

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The special menu is available Saturday, July 1st, and only at participating locations in the US. If you’re able to find the mystical poutine doughnut and decide to try it, let us know if you liked it via Facebook or in the comment section below! 

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