German cuisine has evolved as
a national cuisine through
centuries of social and political
change with variations from
region to region.
In Germany we usually get the sparkling water
(carbonated water ) another one is the tap
water which is pure without soda in it . And
we also get flavored water for more taste .
• As with German cooking, there is no one typical
German bread. Each region in Germany has its
own specialties and variations. In Northern
Germany, dark and heavy breads, such as rye
breads, are preferred. In the South, lighter
breads made of wheat are the favorites.
• Chocolate is one of the most popular flavors in
the world, and in Germany there is no exception.
Chocolate is so loved in Germany that it is
engrained into the culture .Chocolate is also part
of many traditions and celebrations. In fact,
Germany is second in the world (just slightly
behind Switzerland) when it comes to the
highest annual chocolate consumption.
• The variety of cheeses available in Germany is
huge - over 600 different varieties. Germany is
one of the world's leading cheese producers.
German cheese makers produce over 1.8
million tons of cheese annually, making
Germany the largest cheese producing
country in Europe
• Wurst is a German specialty and a big part of
German cuisine. Worldwide, Germany offers
the largest selection of wurst. There are over
1,500 different kinds of wurst.
• Meat is abundant in Germany and this is
evident by the number of meat dishes in
German cuisine. Among the favorite meats are
pork, beef, veal, poultry, and game. Of these,
the most consumed meat is pork, followed
closely by beef.
• Yogurt Is used a lot in Germany and are found
in different flavors in all the supermarkets in
Germany , They are really tasty .
• Ice cream is also a popular dessert of
Germans. There are different brands of ice
cream and there is a type of Ice cream called
the spaghetti Ice cream .
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