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German Food Customs Germany is a country in the continent of Europe Germany is the second most populated country following Russia Over eighty million people live in the country Germany has a long history in Europe It sits in the middle of the continent and is surrounded by France Poland the Netherlands Belgium Switzerland Denmark Russia and Austria Influence from these countries contributes to some of the customs and cultures of Germany In the United States most of us have about two meals a day usually skipping breakfast or lunch In Germany they eat at least three times a day This is a cut down from eating five meals a day which the Germans did in the past For the extra two meals they had coffee and pastries for a second breakfast and late afternoon crackers and meat made for the other extra meal Lunch is the biggest meal of the day in Germany Open-faced sandwiches are served frequently and are eaten with a fork and a knife They also might have eel which is eaten with the fingers or a plate full of asparaguss Germany has very fertile terrain ample water sources and a productive climate This leads to rich sources in beef dairy cattle sheep and pigs Pork is the national favorite used in more dishes then any other livestock Germany is one of the few European countries abundant in meat This led to a problem of storing the meat Cambron 2 before it turned rotten or not eatable This gave way to smoking marinating and salting procedures to store the meat That is why there is so much emphasis on sausages and preserved food in Germany Other meats they eat include game birds and rabbit which are hunted in the evergreen forests of rural Germany Sauerkraut perhaps the best-known German food was developed to preserve cabbage They developed many kinds of cheeses including Limburger Munster and Tilsiter which were
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