6 German Foods I STILL REALLY DISLIKE?

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  • L0Wbster
    L0Wbster Vor Stunde

    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 :)

  • Pia Pl
    Pia Pl Vor 2 Stunden

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

  • SilentSaturn
    SilentSaturn Vor 2 Stunden

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

  • boris balkan
    boris balkan Vor 3 Stunden

    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.

  • Kai Berger
    Kai Berger Vor 4 Stunden

    I dont like rotkohl too

  • K Sta
    K Sta Vor 4 Stunden

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

  • GingerCupcake Sweeets
    GingerCupcake Sweeets Vor 4 Stunden

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

  • I. Tori
    I. Tori Vor 4 Stunden

    You never had Nutella before Germany?!? 😱

  • Benita Pohl
    Benita Pohl Vor 5 Stunden

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

  • Georg Haas
    Georg Haas Vor 5 Stunden

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

  • paxwallacejazz
    paxwallacejazz Vor 5 Stunden

    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

  • Lindsay Bluth
    Lindsay Bluth Vor 7 Stunden

    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.

  • Tomo Deya
    Tomo Deya Vor 8 Stunden

    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) .

  • Hasumoto
    Hasumoto Vor 9 Stunden

    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.

  • xios42
    xios42 Vor 11 Stunden

    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.

  • AWchaosMA
    AWchaosMA Vor 12 Stunden

    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

  • David Hoffman
    David Hoffman Vor 12 Stunden

    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.

  • Annie Oakley
    Annie Oakley Vor 16 Stunden +1

    Is the hazelnut spread comparable to Nutella?

    • David Hoffman
      David Hoffman Vor 12 Stunden

      Sort of, but the hazelnut spreads I have tasted have very little sugar in them.

  • Sonnenblume
    Sonnenblume Vor 17 Stunden

    Wer kommt aus Deutschland?

  • lxurx 03
    lxurx 03 Vor 19 Stunden

    I hope you tried “Nutella” because other chocolate creams are not very delicious

  • psibiza
    psibiza Vor 19 Stunden

    Rotkohl doesn't even exist in Munich. And Blaukraut from a can cannot be good. Have it as part of a meal. Licorice isn't really German. Yes, it's a thing. But the Danish, Dutch and Swedish are far more into it. Glad you somewhat liked the Radieserl aka Radieschen. Pretty much a prerequisite to become a true Munich citizen. Currywurst. Not really Bavarian. We couldn't care less. Doesn't make you less of a Munich girl if you don't like it.

  • Giebts Nicht
    Giebts Nicht Vor 20 Stunden

    Das meiste Rotkohl mag ich auch nicht... meine Mutter macht das immer ohne diese komische süße und dann mag ich es 😅

  • Himmels Blau
    Himmels Blau Vor 21 Stunde

    Wenn man sich dieses Video als Amerikaner, Engländer oder anderer ansieht, denkt man sich, Deutsche kommen von einem anderen Planeten. Das regt mich soo auf!! Es gibt keine deutschen DEclipsr, die das gleiche machen wie sie! Ich habe das Gefühl, sie glaubt, nur weil Englisch die Weltsprache ist, müssten alle so sein wie in England oder Amerika. So wie du lebst ist nicht unbedingt normal für den Rest der Welt!!
    Ich möchte nicht rassistisch rüberkommen, das bin ich nicht, ich bin auch gar nicht ganz deutsch. Alle die diesen Text lesen können,bitte kommentieren

  • deb w
    deb w Vor 21 Stunde

    I feel like so much of the cheaper chocolate here in Macedonia has a hazelnut flavor to it that I sometimes forget what milk chocolate tastes like without it.

  • mydrawingself
    mydrawingself Vor 21 Stunde

    Hating Rotkohl is barbaric 😂🤷

  • Florian Hörle
    Florian Hörle Vor 22 Stunden

    Currywurst

  • Jaquline Dittmann
    Jaquline Dittmann Vor 23 Stunden

    Rotkohl is one of my favorite side dishes! With apple(sauce) of course! YUM!
    You need to put something on the Schwarzbrot... like cheese or "Leberwurst".
    I see why people would dislike licorice but I like it.
    Radishes, yum but not all the time. I DO enjoy them once in a while but not daily.
    And Currywurst is SO different from stand to stand! The sauce and the sausage itself can be SO DIFFERENT!

  • aspexberlin
    aspexberlin Vor 23 Stunden

    The Schwarzbrot looks more like Pumpernickel...

  • cerrubym
    cerrubym Vor Tag

    You should try toasted Schwarzbrot with Obazda!

  • MrRiker30
    MrRiker30 Vor Tag

    Please try "Handkäs mit Musik"😬

  • Dorje
    Dorje Vor Tag

    Did you ever tried selfmade really good red cabbage? The red cabbage you can buy is usually quite terrible. In that crap they use sugar and vinegar. It´s inedible and is not comparable to real traditional homemade red cabbage.

  • 120XRay
    120XRay Vor Tag

    Schwarzbrot named here in "Münsterland" Pumpernickel 😊😊

  • Sascha Binder
    Sascha Binder Vor Tag

    Ich kann’s nicht mehr hören. Essen,
    Süßigkeit - Fallen Dir keine Themen mehr ein?
    Typisch deutsch - direkt.Aber ich warte gespannt auf tolle Videos, habe auch schon Vorschläge
    gebracht und dann kommt schonwieder ein Ess-Video.Lichtverschmutzung, Energieeinsparung, Naturschutz, Plastik
    im Meer, Tiersterben, Umweltverschmutzung, Bienensterben, Extremwetter,
    Wüstenbildung, umweltschädliche Hobbies und nicht nur schnöde Unterhaltung für
    Menschen die sich nur berieseln lassen wollen. Einfach zwischendurch auch mal
    kritische Themen die das Umdenken anregen.Wäre echt nett Dana - Sonst sind ja Deine Videos immer ganz
    schön. Danke und Ciao!

  • achondar1
    achondar1 Vor Tag

    In the Netherlands we also have the warm red van cabbage. But we have also a variant with Apple in it. That's one is much mixer.

  • E F
    E F Vor Tag

    you have to eat the Nutella on bread!!!

  • Maria Winter
    Maria Winter Vor Tag

    I like pretty much all of the food in your video. But one thing I've tried several times and I still don't like are summer rolls. I mean I like the idea, and the filling and the dips are usually nice - but the wobbly rice paper is just gross.

  • Hawky
    Hawky Vor Tag

    Also was bei mir gar nicht geht ist Lakritze und was genau so schlimm ist, ist Basilikum.

  • litle0ma
    litle0ma Vor Tag

    Du musst unbedingt mal Schwarzbrot mit Frischkäse und Marmelade probieren.. ich empfehle dabei aber ordentlich Hunger, dann schmeckt es am besten 😄☝🏼

  • Cherry Chatter
    Cherry Chatter Vor Tag

    She says “brot” really funny....why is that ? Accent?

  • TrustyCane
    TrustyCane Vor Tag

    you sure you are not a robot?

  • Markle2k
    Markle2k Vor Tag

    I like cabbage, but it is a savory companion. I looked up some recipes online to see what Rotkohl was and .... apples, onions, cabbage and red currant jelly?!? Plus random spices? WTH? That just sounds disgusting.

  • Iri Antler
    Iri Antler Vor Tag

    You should try Schwarzbrot with peanut butter or butter + Norwegian brown cheese (Brunost), Personally I've never grown to like Knödel and Salmiak (salty licorice).

  • MIM-TV
    MIM-TV Vor Tag

    You're really out of ideas!

  • Janneke Jaeschke

    wait.. there is no novella in the USA?? mindblow

  • ybogeyb
    ybogeyb Vor Tag

    my great grandmother was from germany and red cabbage is one of the only recipes that's carried over in our family. we usually have it at christmas, kind of a family tradition. I love it with bacon and apples.

  • DjDragon XD
    DjDragon XD Vor Tag

    Im from Germany and I really like your vids
    I had never thought of how different people from other countries actually live xD like the "Window Vid" I had seen its such a normal thing to me and its funny to see your reactions to this (for me normal) things
    Also your pronounciation of the words made me laugh sometime xD

  • imsogladtobe
    imsogladtobe Vor Tag

    also der rotkohl war auch gar nicht richtig zubereitet... eine schande.

  • simplyafangirl
    simplyafangirl Vor Tag

    People who think that Nutella is "just okay", always seem suspicious to me 😂

  • Beatriz Palacios

    It seems those foods are an acquired taste.And shared by the Netherlands too(My mom was dutch.I love them all, except curry worst wich I have never had!

  • Narzissa Greenleaf
    Narzissa Greenleaf Vor Tag +1

    Oh my God Nutella (Nuss Noagat Cream) is the best...😍 I can't understand who can you life without normal Bred I was in America and there I can't find normal Bred there was only Toast and something which called Michbrötchen in German...

  • Gad Yariv
    Gad Yariv Vor Tag

    Hazelnut cream spread...you mean like, Nutella? (and other European knockoffs).
    What's wrong with you?

  • Chris Hansen
    Chris Hansen Vor Tag

    veclempt.

  • EgleichMcBen2
    EgleichMcBen2 Vor 2 Tage

    Gekochter Rotkohl ist Blaukraut

  • EricB256
    EricB256 Vor 2 Tage

    You got to put the right spices into your Blaukraut a/k/a Rotkohl: Gewürznelken, Piment, the right kind of vinegar, a teaspoon of honey to balance it out, ein geriebener Apfel und eine gehackte Zwiebel are what I would suggest. Maybe you've put in something different? That Nougatcreme really is to Germany like peanut butter is to the US as far as popularity is concerned. Have you tried Cashewmus before? It's delicious! Oh, and why eat Schwarzbrot when there are so many amazing Vollkornbrot options that taste so much better. Wouldn't you agree? Radish salad tastes better if, for the dressing, you don't use vinegar but lemon juice instead. I wouldn't eat it pure just with salt, though. That just sounds very Bavarian Biergarten Brotzeit style to me. You know it's the kind of environment where people would eat Pressack and Sülze to accompany their beer for breakfast like you wouldn't believe.
    I could do without Käsefondue. It's just way too boring, both the taste and the experience. And if you want a recommendation for a really hard drink: have you tried Brottrunk before? ;-)

  • Maggi Schneider
    Maggi Schneider Vor 2 Tage

    I often retaste things i hate, because the personal taste can change... for me it is like a tradition to taste the sweet sour pickels, when my family bought one.... but i still don't like it.

  • Maggi Schneider
    Maggi Schneider Vor 2 Tage

    The "Rotkohl" ready prepared from the Supermarkt or from the Restaurant is disgusting, i only like the "Rotkohl" from my mother, who made it not so sour and more mild and it is so delicious.... so if you don't like the "rotkohl" it can be, that you only eat the "wrong one"

  • SJ B
    SJ B Vor 2 Tage

    I like Blaukraut, specially when it has a slightly sweet taste. we allways put appled in it. in combination with caramelized chestnut it's nice...

  • DaisysAndRoses
    DaisysAndRoses Vor 2 Tage

    Rotkohl is the best food ever❤️😍

  • minicooper321
    minicooper321 Vor 2 Tage

    I like all of the food you present here. But no German would eat it the food without other things beside.

  • minicooper321
    minicooper321 Vor 2 Tage

    Nutella (Haselnutcream) is from Italy not German.

  • cha lin
    cha lin Vor 2 Tage

    I love Rotkohl

  • q z
    q z Vor 2 Tage

    Well, red cabbage depends on the quality. Myself I only like the homemade version.

  • Sindy S.
    Sindy S. Vor 2 Tage

    Dunkles Brot + Nutella 😊😊😊😊

  • law law
    law law Vor 2 Tage

    Everything in the video is pretty common in Central and Eastern Europe... maybe the dislikes are an American thing?

  • Gustavo König
    Gustavo König Vor 2 Tage

    I've been unsubscribing (DEclips detox as I call it) and realized that you are making genuine good quality videos.
    Keep up the good work Dana

  • Gustavo König
    Gustavo König Vor 2 Tage

    Finally we get a glimpse of Mr.German Man !! 😃😃😃

  • gohansolo1980
    gohansolo1980 Vor 2 Tage

    Nuts. I do not like nuts. Almonds, walnuts, pecans, pistachios, macadamia nuts. The list goes on, and they're all just yuck.

  • gohansolo1980
    gohansolo1980 Vor 2 Tage

    The best part of the slo-mo was Dana's face when she realized she caught the radish.

  • Residirk Evil
    Residirk Evil Vor 2 Tage

    Hallo Dana, ich bin gerade in Clearwater Beach. Sag mir bitte was ich hier probieren kann was du sehr gerne magst.

  • J F
    J F Vor 2 Tage

    just say no to eggplant!

  • blueberry ajpw
    blueberry ajpw Vor 2 Tage

    Ich liebe Rotkohl und Radieschen 😂😍😍😍😍

  • chaosgoettin
    chaosgoettin Vor 2 Tage

    Dana, Schwarzbrot tastes good with something greasy like bacon and egg ;)

  • karlmall
    karlmall Vor 2 Tage

    And a second btw: Did you know that in the 1980s German singer Herbert Grönemeyer wrote a song about the Currywurst that became really famous: declips.net/video/YAk33pM34-E/video.html

  • karlmall
    karlmall Vor 2 Tage

    Currywurst, just like Bockwurst or Bratwurst is fast food - the German equivalent to American hamburgers. BTW: DId you know that Currywurst was invented in 1949 by Herta Heuwer:
    www.bz-berlin.de/artikel-archiv/wo-herta-heuwer-die-1-currywurst-brutzelte

  • karlmall
    karlmall Vor 2 Tage

    Talking about hazelnut cream:
    _A Nutella Cafe Is Officially Coming to NYC_
    ny.eater.com/2018/6/7/17438660/nutella-cafe-opening-nyc

  • Mike Quinton
    Mike Quinton Vor 2 Tage

    Blutwurst...nein... spaetzle oh yeah...

  • chibiTune
    chibiTune Vor 2 Tage

    great. now i'm hungry

  • volkerysilvia
    volkerysilvia Vor 2 Tage

    No idea what would make your eyes tear up in Rotkohl, but sure, not everyone likes that or its smell. Mine is pretty popular with Americans :)
    Not liking Nutella, but liking peanut butter just always leaves me speechless. Hazelnuts and chocolate are a delicious combo, but peanut butter is just sticky - yuck! Just like the Pumpernickel you would never eat it by itself. Never! Nutella goes best on a fresh crusty bun, and the Pumpernickel wants a thick buttering and some nice smoked Westfalenschinken.
    Strong flavors like Handkäs, Oabatzta, or Radieschen are of course not everyone´s thing, just like burning your mouth out with hot peppers isn´t. That goes for Germans too.

  • Der Muffin
    Der Muffin Vor 2 Tage

    I‘m german and i love Nutella❤️

  • Wolfgang Appelt
    Wolfgang Appelt Vor 2 Tage

    Iss bitte Amerikanische Lebensmittel!!!! Die sind ja soooo lecker😏

  • AstreaMartinez
    AstreaMartinez Vor 2 Tage

    I like Nutella every now and then. Sometimes I turn my nose up at it. It really just depends on my mood. As far as what I really don't like, cantaloupe is just disgusting to me. That and anything with horseradish.

  • CRYOKnox
    CRYOKnox Vor 2 Tage

    This video got right to my feels all my beloved flavors aren't yours... I love Schwarzbrot mit Hasselnusscreme
    Gnah just making fun.
    The radish can be very tasty with cremecheese ore freshcheese.
    After going Vegan my taste switched to very different things i still love hazelnutcreme even as a topic for vanillaice but with cheese gone for good i love to eat realy spicy and deftig (how someone can say deftig in english??).
    Cooking with three different sorts of oil and even buying Buchenraucharoma to spice it up a bit more. But thats the beauty about the flavors their are so many that everyone can find its special one. And it would be realy boring if we all would eat the same and where the same.

  • Ap ril
    Ap ril Vor 2 Tage

    Eating Schwarzbrot without anything on it can't really taste good :D

  • Rob F
    Rob F Vor 2 Tage

    I dislike the hazelnut stuff.

  • Rob F
    Rob F Vor 2 Tage

    6:30 Is it Pumpernickel?

  • Ernoskij
    Ernoskij Vor 2 Tage

    8:05 Those radishes are quite Big @Wanted Adventure, the larger a radish gets, the stronger it gets, so you should always try getting them small, that's where you have the full flavour without the strong bite to it.
    Try getting some small radishes and try again.

  • CaptainKacknup
    CaptainKacknup Vor 2 Tage

    Why do you have a clock of Bielefeld of all places?

  • Conchita Wurst
    Conchita Wurst Vor 2 Tage

    Spreaken sie German?

  • trickycoolj
    trickycoolj Vor 2 Tage

    Rotkohl tastes like Christmas! With Sauerbraten and Klose. Yum. I used to get made fun of for having Nutella sandwiches in elementary school in the US. “Teacher Teacher Trickycoolj has a chocolate sandwich! That’s not allowed!!!” Back then still had to buy it special at the German store. Now you can buy buckets of Nutella at Costco.

  • wwwrun
    wwwrun Vor 2 Tage

    The ready-made red cabbage I don't like. Home-made, with lard and apple (and NO sugar) that tastes great to me.
    The hazelnut cream is different between the brands, I do not like the most popular brand ("Nutella"), but I like another ("Nudossi") with a higher nut content.

  • Adalhelm LP
    Adalhelm LP Vor 2 Tage

    You need to prepare the Rotkohl with some apples and maybe use the frozen one not the one from the glass,
    Why you eat the Hazelniut cream without bread ?? That can't taste good
    You need to eat the Schwarzbrote with a delicious cheese.
    : )

  • rainbow12345 6
    rainbow12345 6 Vor 2 Tage

    Kann es sein das 80% der Kommentare deiner videos von deutschen stammen😂

  • rainbow12345 6
    rainbow12345 6 Vor 2 Tage

    Es gibt nix besseres als nutella😍 ich kenne KEINEN der das nicht mag

  • Johanna Reinholz
    Johanna Reinholz Vor 2 Tage

    Isn't Nutella a Thing in the US?

  • friedulien
    friedulien Vor 2 Tage

    Das Schwarzbrot sieht schrecklich aus 😱😱😱

  • DerFelsentroll
    DerFelsentroll Vor 2 Tage

    I think you must try „Grammelknödel“. 🤣

  • Axel Baumann
    Axel Baumann Vor 2 Tage

    Currywurst beim Konopke in Berlin essen. Beste Currywurst wo gibt😉😋👍

  • sarahlawless
    sarahlawless Vor 2 Tage

    I think I simply don’t like the concept of this video. An American making a whole Video judging foods of the country she is staying at without any deeper knowledge of the foods and judging it entirely from an American point of view. It wouldn’t occur to me to go to Ghana and make a public video about all the foods I hate there.

  • sarahlawless
    sarahlawless Vor 2 Tage

    That’s like taking just the nori off the sushi and saying „I really don’t like seaweed“. Red cabbage is complementary to meats. No one eats it by itself.

  • sarahlawless
    sarahlawless Vor 2 Tage

    Those aren’t stand alone foods.