Health & Fitness These are the most popular autumn foods in the federal states
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What do you prefer to eat during the cold season? From red cabbage to almond croissants: These are the most popular foods among Germans in autumn
Autumn is here - and with it the next corona wave. People are increasingly working in the home office, limiting their contacts again. Some German citizens want to be prepared for the lockdown and put on a supply of food. Germans make themselves comfortable in their homes, with warming soup and hearty home cooking. The top ten food orders from mid-September to mid-October include spinach, peas, red apple cabbage and soup vegetables - this is the result of an order analysis by frozen food specialist Eismann. But Germans also like to have salmon in puff pastry and sliced meat in their freezers. "The number of hits in our online shop has been above average since the spring, and orders are now increasing again. In October sales are already twice as high as in the previous year", says Elmar Westermeyer, Managing Director of Eismann.
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Red cabbage for Sunday dinner - especially in North Rhine-Westphalia
When the cold season begins, eating habits change: Vegetables in particular are increasingly being served on the plate. Especially in North Rhine-Westphalia, the freezers are well stocked with red apple cabbage. In Germany's most populous federal state, the autumnal supplement takes first place in orders over the last 30 days.
South Germans like to eat hearty and fish
Potato products and hearty meals such as schnitzel or sliced meat are in great demand in southern Germany. In Bavaria, instead of dumplings, ringlets and fine-cut fries are heated in the oven. Market dumplings are popular in Hessen. And in Baden-Württemberg, pine cone croquettes are also eaten with chicken and salmon.
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It is interesting that the fish lovers are not to be found in the north, but in the very south. Fish dishes make it into the top ten in Bavaria three times: salmon in puff pastry, salmon fillet and fish fillet Limanda Aspera. This goes well with creamed spinach, which Bavarians order the most of all products.In Berlin, Brandenburg and Schleswig-Holstein there is more nibbling
The sweet tooth of the republic can be found in the north and east. Almond croissants are at the top of orders in Berlin and Brandenburg. A praline mix and an autumn biscuit mix will follow in Berlin. Chocolate pig's ears are also popular. The people of Schleswig-Holstein are also crazy about the almond croissants, which end up in second place in the far north.
If it should be hearty, in Berlin and Brandenburg in autumn cabbage rolls, venison goulash and boiled beef are eaten. In Schleswig-Holstein, Brussels sprouts and green beans are disproportionately high.
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