It is unlikely that the federal structure of the Federal Republic of Germany is as clear as in the field of culture. And especially of their culinary culture is so nice. Meals combined with spicy marinated meats with salted fish accompanied by vegetables and pine nuts with wine or beer are German favorites.
In Germany there are over 200 types of Wurst, ie veal made from veal, pork, pig brain, mustard, spices and curry powder. Each region has its own type of sausage, from Bavarian white sausages with parsley and onions to grilled chipolata sausages on embers.
Blood pudding, chicken cut into pieces of bread crumbs, slices of beef and deer, and round scad from North Sea smoked and salted, pickled cabbage, potato salad called Kartoffelsalat, marinated red cabbage taste, and mushrooms grow everywhere in the water and are processed in every way.
In some regions, especially the Baden Moselle, Frankfurt and Bavaria, people are particularly interested in food quality. These are also wine producing regions.
Although German cooking techniques revolve around beef and lamb dishes, there are now more and more vegetarian restaurants throughout Germany. The Germans also ate some of the play between the main meals when they were hungry and occasionally organized partying for more chatter.
Sauerkraut – Pork dish with pickled cabbage – is the most famous traditional dish of German cuisine next to German beer. This dish is not only present regularly in the meal of the German people but its taste also conquers many neighboring countries.
In each region, there are different ways of doing things depending on the taste of each region, but in general, the processing is the same. And in every meal of the Germans, always put on the table dish of pork pickled cabbage. A piece of pork served with sour pickled cabbage creates a sweet and sour feeling of sweetness of the cabbage and fatty taste.