An article on the website of a french fry manufacturer has made waves in the food industry, with a user asking the question, “Why do french fries taste so good when they are made in Canada?”
The answer to this question has a lot to do with the origins of the dish.
In France, it is customary to cook French fries with the sauce that is prepared on the fryer, which is often white, saffron, or garlic.
In Canada, the French fry is often made with the ingredients that are made at home, according a blog post from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
It notes that, for the most part, the Canadian fry is cooked with the sauces that are available at the supermarket.
The website of Lebanon, the manufacturer of the popular french fries in Canada, describes how to cook the fries:It is important to note that Lebanons products are not only made in the country but also in the United States and the United Kingdom.
The company is headquartered in the city of Marseille, and its products are available in both Canada and the U.K.