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Do all French Quebecois eat fried chicken?

They're all black there, so they may as well.

Fun fact: Chicken restaurants originated in Montreal, since it's the blackest city in North America (100 percent black at this point). 

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    France is a black country now...

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Wrong. But it's true black people love chicken.

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  • Zirp
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    4 weeks ago

    No, vegans and other vegetarians don't

    and ranting is a violation of the guidelines

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    No,

    While I quite certain that some of them

    do enjoy fired chicken as us any yank folk

    would too there also exist those that truly

    don't !!

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Trolls should be banned from coming within 100' of an internet-capable device.

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  • In
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    4 weeks ago

    Harland Sanders would disagree with you since fried chicken restaurants started in the US.

    "The concept of the fried chicken restaurant originated in the United States. These restaurants may also serve other food items, such as roast or grilled chicken, seafood, or hamburgers. KFC is a well-known example." 

    "The first dish known to have been deep fried was fritters, which were popular in the European Middle Ages. However, it was the Scottish who were the first Europeans to deep fry their chicken in fat (though without seasoning). Meanwhile, a number of West African peoples had traditions of seasoned fried chicken (though battering and cooking the chicken in palm oil). Scottish frying techniques and West African seasoning techniques were combined by enslaved Africans and African-Americans in the American South."

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