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Canada Semiaquatic Rodent Posterior Doughnut

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BeaverTails Canada has asked a Calgary food columnist who writes for CBC to stop using the word "beaver" in one of her blog recipes that's a tribute to the much-loved pastry.

Julie Van Rosendaal has quite a following on her website, dinnerwithjulie.com, with a host of directions for dinners, desserts and treats.

It features a recipe for the now oddly named Canadian Semiaquatic Rodent Posterior Doughnut, which would taste rather familiar to many.

"Doesn't roll off the tongue quite as easily," Van Rosendaal told the Calgary Eyeopener on Wednesday.

 

 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/beavertails-pastry-julie-van-rosendaal-calgary-alberta-1.4413821

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It's basic Indian fry bread. 

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