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On Thursday, Seth Rogen weighed in on a Canada Day tweet that asked an impossible question about our country’s cuisine: if you had to give up caesars, Nanaimo bars, Kraft Dinner or poutine, which one would you cut out of your diet forever?


Understandably, he couldn’t make up his mind. “Caesars are too good to go and the only good use of Clamato. Nanaimo bars are great,” explained Rogen. “Kraft Dinner raised me and Poutine is objectively delicious.”


Not everybody appreciated Rogen’s diplomacy towards the four foods, though. Fellow Canadians – including Jacob Tremblay – have since weighed in to let him know that they believe the choice isn’t that difficult to make after all.

“I would have to keep poutine cause it’s what keeps me alive,” said Tremblay, expressing his disdain for “clam broth” (a.k.a. Clamato) and tomato juice.

Specifically, Nanaimo bars took a lot of flak in the replies.

Rogen is not shy about his love for the cookie bar that was created in his home province, and he isn’t the only local star to take a stand for the dessert. Dan Levy and The Strumbrellas agree!

Here’s hoping we never actually have to choose between caesars, Nanaimo bars, KD or poutine!