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Poutine (pronounced, roughly, poo-teen, or poo-tin; exact Quebecois pronunciation in IPA [pʊʦɪn] — listen to it in .wav format) is a dish consisting of french fries topped with fresh cheese curds and covered with hot gravy (usually brown gravy) and sometimes other additional ingredients. The curds' freshness is important as it makes them soft in the warm fries, without completely melting.Poutine is a fast food staple in eastern as well as western Canada; it is sold by nearly all fast food chains (such as New York Fries and Harvey's) in the provinces, in small diners and pubs, as well as by roadside "poutine trucks" and "fries stands". International chains like McDonalds, A&W, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Burger King now sell mass-produced poutine across Canada. New York Fries has poutine on the menus in Canada. Popular Québec restaurants that serve poutine are Lafleur Restaurants, Chez Ashton, La Belle Province, Stratos, Fusée, St-Hubert, Bravo and Valentine. Also, poutine is very popular in student cafeterias in high schools and universities.Poutine is available in only a few places outside of Canada, including the northern United States and a handful of Canadian-themed restaurants and pubs throughout the rest of the world. Some popular Canadian travel destinations (such as Mexico, Florida, and Taiwan) are also known to have poutine available, but only sporadically or at the behest of Canadian expatriates.
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