Now don’t get me started.
I love writing about food and consider myself a respectable foodie.
But when people think of German food, you can’t blame them when their impressions tend to lay on the stodgy side of things.
I mean, when you think about it, German food doesn’t sound exciting!
But to be honest, sometimes that’s really what you need.
A bit of bread.
A bit of sauce.
And by that, I mean the sausage, otherwise known as eine wurst!
So if you’re vegan or vegetarian, look away now!
Let’s see what we can find.
The very highlight of a typical German day is the sausage.
All hail the almighty `S`
Germany has loads of different sausages and each comes with its own unique taste.
I find the white sausage with sweet mustard or Weißwürst quite disgusting personally, even though I’ve tried it every which way.
But try it anyway!
The grilled pork sausages with mustard, ketchup or both, otherwise known as Bratwurst can be decisively delicious.
It’s found throughout Germany and is a national staple.
My favourite German sausage however, is the currywurst.
The currywurst is Berlin’s most famous sausage.
But what is it?
I’m glad you asked.
Currywurst is grilled beef or pork sausage chopped up, then smothered with a spicy ketchup and curry powder!
It’s eaten with a pile of chips, mayonnaise (yuck!) on the side, and a slice of bread or a bun.
It’s such a famous icon that it even has its own museum – aptly called the Currywurst Museum where you can learn how currywurst is made, smell it, watch a film about it and attempt to sell it!
You can even buy chocolate and currywurst ice-cream!
Currywurst can be found everywhere you look, but my two favourite places in Berlin are:
They speak English in both places, so don’t worry if you can’t speak German!
That’s all you need to know!
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But let’s be realistic.
When you think of German food, that image isn’t of tofu.
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