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  • Do you wanna hear the truth?

  • Mm hmm.

  • It's made out of pig intestines!

  • You don't care that you're eating intestines?

  • No, I'm just hungry.

  • (laughs)

  • (upbeat music)

  • Hi, I'm Crystal!

  • Today I'm trying food from Germany!

  • Hi, I'm Zander.

  • I'm Jacob.

  • Are you an adventurous eater?

  • No I am not.

  • So are you a little scared about today?

  • Kinda.

  • What do you know about Germany?

  • It's in Europe.

  • They've had some hard times, but they have a pretty

  • progressive leadership currently.

  • Do you know who the leader is?

  • Angela Merkel

  • Did you look that up or did you just...

  • No I just knew that.

  • Are you ready to begin?

  • Yes!

  • What's "yes" in German?

  • Ja!

  • (laughs)

  • Open!

  • This smells good, like pasta.

  • Pasta?

  • I love pasta!

  • Wait, is it pasta?

  • I think it's some sort of potato.

  • Like cheese.

  • (moans)

  • It's good!

  • (grunts)

  • It's pasta.

  • - It is? - Uh huh.

  • It doesn't taste good.

  • This is so good.

  • It's good.

  • So what do you think this dish is?

  • German cheese pizza.

  • So this is actually more like German Mac n' Cheese

  • I'm usually not a fan of mac and cheese

  • but this one got me.

  • It's delicious.

  • It's actually not that bad if you swallow it.

  • The German name is... Käsespätzle.

  • Oh, käsespätzle.

  • Are you familiar?

  • No.

  • (laughs)

  • I like kajasmetsul.

  • sespätzle.

  • Kasametshul.

  • It says here that...Käsespätzle tastes especially good after a walk in crisp mountain air.

  • Do you ever take walks in crisp mountain air?

  • I never heard of it.

  • Open!

  • Ah, it's a sausage.

  • Sauerkraut, Dijon.

  • Is this sausage?

  • It is.

  • Is that mustard?

  • It is.

  • And what is this?

  • Oh you love that stuff.

  • - Oh, is it sauerkraut? - Yeah.

  • Probably shouldn't have taken this big of a bite.

  • Hmm. Mm Mm.

  • It tastes different than the sausages I eat in the morning.

  • Do you know how they make sausages?

  • I don't want to know.

  • It's made out of pig intestines!

  • Oh, that's disgusting.

  • (laughs)

  • Do you care about the intestines?

  • No. I'm just hungry.

  • (laughs)

  • Ah, schnitzel.

  • What is Schnitzel?

  • I think it's a breaded pork or chicken.

  • Probably chicken.

  • So this is called Schnitzel.

  • Schichel.

  • Schnitzel.

  • Shitshal.

  • Schnitzel.

  • Shitsnal.

  • Schni ... Schnitzel.

  • Schnitzel.

  • There you go! Schnitzel.

  • Shitsnal. (laughs)

  • Alright.

  • Now for the question.

  • Is it pork or chicken?

  • Yeah, it's pork.

  • Good thing it's not passover anymore.

  • And be careful it's hot. Open your eyes!

  • Oh my Lord, this looks amazing!

  • It's some sort of apple tart.

  • What is this?

  • Is it pie?

  • Kinda ... not really.

  • Mm, apple pie.

  • Yes! This is kind of like a German apple pie.

  • It's good!

  • Good job!

  • This is called ... Apfel Kuchen.

  • Apfel Kuchen?

  • Oh, Apfel Kuchen.

  • Do they grow a lot of apples in Germany?

  • I don't know.

  • They maybe got them exported from Seattle.

  • This is really good!

  • I want this to be taken home.

  • Okay.

  • Thanks for watching me try German food!

  • What country should we try food from next?

  • Let us know.

  • Auf Wiedersehen!

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    Evangeline posted on 2018/05/11
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