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US News How the Germans Eat

11:26  03 june  2020
11:26  03 june  2020 Source:   elle.de

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I knew Germans ate this way, but I’ve continued the American tradition of (over) eating . Cereal for breakfast (pancakes on weekends), fatty sandwiches for lunch and a big hot meal at night. If you’re new to Germany or just curious how they do it, this guide covers how to eat and drink like a German .

Yes, the Germans eat bacon and sausages, too. Germans have many varieties of sausages, but they are eaten for lunch or dinner, not breakfast. The liver paste spread on the Brötchen is one of my favorite. How about the Swiss breakfast, is it similar to the German breakfast? Have a lovely day.

The Germans eat a lot of fruit and vegetables, but meat consumption has declined: This is shown in the current Nutrition Report , which the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) recently published. Around 1,000 consumers aged 14 and over were asked about their diet.

70 percent of respondents say they eat fruit and vegetables every day. 64 percent eat dairy products and 26 percent meat and sausages every day, as the Statista graphic shows. As a result, meat consumption has decreased further - in 2015, 34 percent said they still ate meat every day. Fish and seafood, on the other hand, rarely end up on the plate, only 1 percent of those surveyed stated that they eat this every day.

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According to the report, more and more men are avoiding meat: the proportion of them who eat meat every day has dropped from 39 percent in 2019 to 32 percent. It is 20 percent for women. Respondents particularly like to eat vegetables and fruit because they are healthy (94 percent) and because they taste good (98 percent).

The graph shows the proportion of respondents who eat the following foods daily

Lebensmittel die täglich gegessen werden © provided by Statista foods that are eaten daily

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