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Hazelnut spread? Rotkohl? Currywurst??? In this video, giving 6 German foods I think I don't like another chance!
So my question for you is: Do you like these foods? What are some foods that you've tried several times but you still don't like?
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  1. Matthias Holke

    Matthias HolkeVor 4 Minuten

    Steckerlfisch ist dufte!!

  2. Sasamar

    SasamarVor 46 Minuten

    How did you make the Rotkohl? Here in northern Germany it's usually made with pepper, sugar, apples and a squeeze of lemon. If you really want to try it again, I recommend you this way! :)

  3. Kathi Castle

    Kathi CastleVor 3 Stunden

    Ich liebe Rotkohl, aber nur wie meine Oma es macht und mir beigebracht hat😍😍😍😍

  4. 73honda350

    73honda350Vor 8 Stunden

    To me, black licorice and whole radishes with salt aren't at all german-specific foods. Both very common growing up in midwest. And while I like the taste of both hazel nut and chocolate, I find nutella to be way too sweet. I'd like to try the black bread with cheese, like a nice aged cheddar or gruyere, or with cream cheese and lox.

  5. Steve Graham

    Steve GrahamVor 9 Stunden

    The red cabbage isn't meant to be eaten alone. Think about it. If you have a meal with sauerkraut, do you eat it alone? No, it is combined with other elements in the dish. The protein, or a starch is eaten along with it. It is meant to create multiple dimensions of flavor in each bite. At least, that was how it was explained to me when I served in the Army in Bamberg in 1986-87.

  6. Jay K

    Jay KVor 11 Stunden

    Lol my family eats radishes straight from the garden

  7. Heather Bonin

    Heather BoninVor 11 Stunden

    I think what's even more impressive than the fact that you caught that radish, is that you didn't drop anything off of the plate, or the whole thing itself in the process of catching the radish! That hand is steady as a rock! I feel as though my natural reaction would be to try to use both hands to catch it without thinking and drop the whole plate and it's remaining contents! :-)

  8. Sam Urai

    Sam UraiVor 13 Stunden

    Rotkohl is ne Beilage. Kein Gericht für sich. Kein Tier frisst trockenes pures Schwarzbrot. xD Currywurst ist total bla. Meist zu viel Soße für zu wenig Wurst-Stückchen. Was soll sowas? Lieber Bratwurst um Brötchen oder Leberkäse im Brötchen. Das is geiler als in der Tunke nach Wurststücken rumzustochern.

  9. Manolo García

    Manolo GarcíaVor 14 Stunden

    Whaaaat? Nutella is OK?!?!? 😳 Nutella is great!

  10. Lorelei Lee

    Lorelei LeeVor 15 Stunden

    You’re weird! 😂 No Nutella, but Lakritze!

  11. leamaus:123

    leamaus:123Vor 17 Stunden

    You have to try the schwarzbrot with some butter on it

  12. Claudia F.

    Claudia F.Vor 18 Stunden

    Ich mag diese Dinge ebenfalls nicht, besonders Radieschen und Schwarzbrot nicht. Aber Rotkohl und Haselnusscreme finde ich lecker. Rotkohl, bei uns Blaukraut genannt habe ich sehr gerne, wenn man ihn geschnitten im Dampfkochtopf in Boullion kocht, bis er weich ist. Dann noch etwas Speckwürfel rein - Hhm das ist fein!!! Nach dem Kochen und ohne Essig wird der Rotkohl übrigens blau! Deshalb: Blaukraut schmeckt mir viel besser als Rotkohl!

  13. RamBoZamBo123

    RamBoZamBo123Vor 18 Stunden

    Rotkohl ist geil!

  14. Achim Maier

    Achim MaierVor 19 Stunden

    hey - give a combination a try! spread a bit butter on the schwarzbrot and ad a sliced radish plus a bit salt on it.

  15. Stephanyia Scarfogliero

    Stephanyia ScarfoglieroVor 20 Stunden

    I grew up in a German-American family and we eat RotKohl for every holiday. Love it!!

  16. Lol

    LolVor 22 Stunden

    Those things aren’t supposed to be eaten alone.

  17. 1flybyguy

    1flybyguyVor 23 Stunden

    I'm not getting the aversion to the warm red cabbage thing. In the USA, I grew up eating fried cabbage, green or red, and it was one of my favorite things to eat for dinner (still is). So what's the difference between frying up some cabbage and "warm red cabbage"? How's it prepared? Other than that, I think Dana's just a picky eater and most people would like most or all of the things she doesn't.

  18. Misakirin

    MisakirinVor Tag

    I cannot believe you never tried Nutella in the states.. (Which is what hazelnut spread basically is)

  19. J K

    J KVor Tag

    Its a creepy comment but I really wonder what you look like without that top on.. you are absolutely gorgeous

  20. lesgreu

    lesgreuVor Tag

    That's not "Rotkohl", that's "Blaukraut"!

  21. patrese993

    patrese993Vor Tag

    Please make sure you don't learn the incorrect vocabulary: it is Blaukraut, not Rotkohl ;-) I only like it raw too

  22. spirals 73

    spirals 73Vor Tag

    The French eat raw radishes with butter. Dana, your hair is so long! Please don't cut it.

  23. aldi404

    aldi404Vor Tag

    Sorry but liking Nutella is requested for being German

  24. AnexeL 223

    AnexeL 223Vor Tag

    Currywurst is sooo delicious😦

  25. Richard Valvona

    Richard ValvonaVor Tag

    Is this chocolate hazelnut spread different from Nutella then? I would think that it would be similar. However, one thing I do know is that German chocolate tends to have less sugar in it than that sold in America and even the UK so I'm wondering whether it has anything to do with that.

  26. harrybgoode

    harrybgoodeVor Tag

    There are different ways to prepare red cabbage. If not done right, it is really quit not good. ...and as you I prefer a chocolate spread over hazelnut spread.

  27. SparklingMoonshine

    SparklingMoonshineVor Tag

    Currywurst ist mein Leben... ,_,

  28. Off the path

    Off the pathVor Tag

    I love radishes raw, I hated avocados for a long time but like them now, still can't stand Ginger.

  29. Janina B.

    Janina B.Vor Tag

    Funny you mention Schwarzbrot. I grew up in Germany and I used to HATE it. Spent half a year in the US, first thing I was craving when I came back? Schwarzbrot 😂 And I love it ever since. Always worth trying certain foods again 😊

  30. K1 Tablet

    K1 TabletVor Tag

    This is no Currywurst. This looks like Bratwurst with curry on it. And nutella raw is gross. Like the Schwarzbrot. You habe to combine it. Haselnutcreme on Schwarzbrot is nice. Salt on redish ? Poor redish. Oh there are many quality differences. Dont buy the big ones they taste like waterbeans. The naturel grown are very good.

  31. Lucky Troll

    Lucky TrollVor Tag

    You must eat Schwarzbrot with Schweineschmalz it taste very good

  32. MydieLy

    MydieLyVor Tag

    If you both don't like red cabbage... why make a whole plateful? Did you throw it away afterwards??

  33. Caroline Schoenheim

    Caroline SchoenheimVor Tag

    I love HOMEMADE Rotkohl or Blaukraut. Nutella or Nocciola is awesome. That's Pumpernickel isnt it? I lije the stuff. Love Radisches. What thing I do loathe are the gummy Kartoffelknödeln( Klöse) in Bavaria...they make me gag. Remind me of chewing gum. Sorry. No, they are not similar to gnocchi Semmelknödel ( Klöse) are yummy.

  34. L0Wbster

    L0WbsterVor Tag

    Stefan ! How can you not like Rotkohl coming from our area ? Okok... grandma always put raisins in it - never liked it like that. Taste is a funny thing :)

  35. Pia Pl

    Pia PlVor Tag

    Ich hasse Zimt und Kokos wie die Pest und niemand versteht es 😂

  36. SilentSaturn

    SilentSaturnVor Tag

    Crazy lady doesn't like Nutella! Get your torches and pitchforks people and chase her out of the country!!

  37. boris balkan

    boris balkanVor 2 Tage

    Try homemade Rotkohl with homemade mash potatoes, takes it to a different level on your palate. Curry Wurst is often done with low quality bratwurst, regardless of "fein or grobe Bratwurst". Try a Rindscurrywurst to sample the whole range. Cheap Ketchup and stale old Curry powder can spoil the experience as well.

  38. Kai Berger

    Kai BergerVor 2 Tage

    I dont like rotkohl too

  39. K Sta

    K StaVor 2 Tage

    Try Nutella on Schwarzbrot! That's good!!!!!!!

  40. GingerCupcake Sweeets

    GingerCupcake SweeetsVor 2 Tage

    nutella!!! You have to try it on fresh warm toast

  41. I. Tori

    I. ToriVor 2 Tage

    You never had Nutella before Germany?!? 😱

  42. Benita Pohl

    Benita PohlVor 2 Tage

    Ist das erlaubt? Darf man Currywurst nicht mögen?? :O

  43. Georg Haas

    Georg HaasVor 2 Tage

    I have a question do you know what "jugendamt" is?

  44. paxwallacejazz

    paxwallacejazzVor 2 Tage

    Pretzel brodt have never seen it out of Germany was addicted, Schwarz brodt has it's equivalent all over Northern Europe if you aren't brought up with it... not so much I think. It was survival food for at least 1000 yrs I suspect. My Danish friends feed it too me all the time so I eat it. Do I like it? not really. It's healthier than Parisian baguette

  45. Lindsay Bluth

    Lindsay BluthVor 2 Tage

    The taste varies with the brand you buy. I just really like a speacial brand of foods, for example nutella is good - nusskati not. You have to try different brands to find out if you really dislike a food.

  46. Tomo Deya

    Tomo DeyaVor 2 Tage

    I don't like Sauerkraut, but I know as child I really liked it. BUT very curious: I like kimchi. XD I love Rotkohl and Brussels sprouts (fav vegetable of my boyfriend). Eat Schwarzbrot with "Aachener Pflümli" (Pflaumenmus). Or what my granny often did: Weißbrot (dicke scheiben vom Bäcker) + Butter + Gouda + Schwarzbrot oder mit Rübenkraut (IDK if you can get Rübenkraut somewhere else than in NRW/at the Niederrhein). To eat Currywurst go to the Ruhrpott, many "Büdchen" or some small restaurants have their own sauce. :) Or a different sausage. and get it with fries. (maybe directly trying Currywurst + Pommes Schranke... yummi) .

  47. Hasumoto

    HasumotoVor 2 Tage

    Red cabbage goes also pretty well with Bratwurst or meatloaf, brown sauce and mashed potatoes. But you're right, red cabbage and duck is very common. Especially on Christmas. Also with some kind of potatoes and brown sauce. Yeah, hazelnut cream is very popular here. Many candy snacks are made with it. It's similar with peanut butter candy in the US I guess. Schwarzbrot. Well this is a "You love it" or you "dislike it" thing. But as with red cabbage: you need some things to it. In this case: Put farmer cheese and herbs on it. Or Salami or whatever. Licorice is more popular in the north of Germany then in the south (statistic). Especially the salty one. I personal don't like it either. Radish goes pretty well with a sandwich. Or in small slices in a salad with other mixed vegetables. You can also cut it in slices and put a bit of salt on top and eat it with a sandwich. Yeah, the spicy kick is kind of mustard spice or a much less intense version of Wasabi. In fact: radish, horse radish and wasabi are closely related. Die Currywurst. My dear Americans: THIS is the most German fastfood. And Döner (from Turkish-German takeaway diners). A Currywurst is basically a Bratwurst in slices with a kind of ketchup (not really ketchup, it’s kinda fruity) sauce (a lot!) and lots of curry powder on top. Often goes with French fries. Nearly every diner in Germany has its own recipe for the sauce. Like the spare rips, homemade BBQ sauce or chicken wings in the US diners.

  48. xios42

    xios42Vor 2 Tage

    Most of those things are not meant to be eaten by themselves. Rohtkohl needs to be be eaten with a roasted meat like Sauerbraten or Entenbraten and a starch and a starch like Spätzle. Schwarzbrot needs to be eaten with Braunschweiger or Salami.

  49. AWchaosMA

    AWchaosMAVor 2 Tage

    Oh noooooo, Dona, you need to try a lovely pumpkin soup or tomato cream soup with the Schwarzbrot. Just crumble the bread over the Soup. 😍😍😍😍 yummy

  50. David Hoffman

    David HoffmanVor 2 Tage

    Radishes. The authentic Mexican restaurants serve radishes and limes with beef steak tacos. I like them in or out of the main salads or courses. Hazelnut spread has to be with chocolate or regular peanut butter.