Monday, 26. August 2019

Tag: German food

Beer Purity Law

7 German beer culture facts

Germans are famous for their love of beer. Summer barbeques, winter weddings – you name it. But did you know there is also a particular culture associated with drinking beer in Ger...

The best thing since sliced bread: three reasons to LOVE Abendbrot

Ever stare at the fridge wondering what to make for dinner? Enter Abendbrot. For native Germans, there’s nothing out of the ordinary with slathering a piece of dense bread with a l...

Hamburg is officially an organic city!

Shifting our industrialized food system to a more sustainable version of itself is a hot topic right now. All over the globe, research, development, money and time is put towards f...

German Environmental Protection agency says hold the beef!

Germany’s environmental protection agency – the Umweltbundesamt – has announced that they will serve no meat or fish at any future state events. Barbara Hendricks, minister of the ...

By the end of this year, we may be able to grow tomatoes on Mars – wel...

According to a recent story by Spiegel, be the end of this year we may be growing tomatoes on Mars. Today, supplies make regular trips to the International Space Station to ...

5 Different German Foods You May Not Find Too Appetizing…

Yes, Germany may be the land of the wurst, but there are plenty of other dishes that may not seem so appetizing at first glance. Here’s a list of some of the strangest German foods...

Intensive Agriculture Poses Risk to Indigenous German Species

The adverse consequences of intensive farming are often swept under the rug. The giant agro-companies that have a huge interest in keeping these dirty secrets, well, a secret, are...

What’s the deal with hops? A short summary of a vital beer ingre...

Can you imagine what life would be like in Germany without beer? No Oktoberfest, grills would definitely not be the same and what about that Beer Purity Law? Out the window! L...

What to expect at a German grill party

Summer season in Germany means grill parties, grill parties and more grill parties! If you’ve never had the chance to experience a real German grill, you may be surprised that ...

Lidl to sell GM-free milk

German low-cost supermarket Lidl is the first chain to get an official “GM-free” certification for its own-brand milk. The consumer dilemma  On average, German consumers spen...

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