I started wondering about this when I saw the photo essay of a week's worth of groceries around the world (I posted it here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/971368). Then a Canadian friend said she believes that, overall, Canadians eat more healthily than Americans, maybe not less fat, carbs and so on, but less processed and fast food.
Chowhounds who know both Canada and the US well enough to say something about general eating habits, is this true?
I realize both the US and Canada are big countries with diverse populations and widely varied lifestyles among their residents, but on the whole, what are the differences in the way people eat and relate to food, mealtime, and cooking?
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