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  • Good morning!

  • Since we're hanging out in Germany these days we thought we would show you what a German

  • breakfast looks like. We've setup the table and as you can see it consists of a lot of

  • different breads - like we have a few buns here - and also meats. Germans like to have

  • salami, ham and just different deli cuts for breakfast. We also have a few different cheeses,

  • smoked salmon and - of course- you can't forget Muesli.

  • It has been a very nice change in diet since we left Asia. Yeah, I'd say. It is quite the

  • feast I must say as well. This is a completely different type of meal from what we were having

  • in Asia. Most of the time in Asia we would have meals and breakfasts consisting of rice,

  • noodle dishes and sometimes dim sum. This is a much heartier type of meal.

  • One of the big changes since leaving Asia is that we're actually eating all of our breakfasts

  • at home at the kitchen table. Whereas in Asia we were often going to a little market or

  • like little street stalls where they prepare the food in front of us. In a way it is kind

  • of nice just rolling out of bed in your pajamas and being able to eat at home without having

  • to get dressed. With your bed hair and everything.

  • Anyways, enough talking. It is time to dig in. Yes.

  • That concludes breakfast. We certainly took care of things and now we just have empty

  • plates in front of us. And a whole lot of dish washing to do.

  • Sausage man! My new best friend.

  • You can't come to Berlin and not have currywurst. Actually, yesterday was the very first time

  • I tried it and I instantly loved it. Today we're going to be trying two different kinds

  • of curry wurst. We're going to be trying some from the East side and also some from the

  • West side and they're completely different.

  • The currywurst is considered fast food here in Germany. It is a sausage that is steamed

  • and then fried. It is sliced up and served with ketchup and curry powder over top. It

  • is delicious!

  • First bite! It's amazing. I've been eating these since I first got to Berlin and I haven't

  • gotten sick of them. They are so tasty. I'm going to make sure I've got lots of curry

  • sauce on mine. Oh, wow! I can see why these are very popular in Germany.

  • And if just eating currywurst isn't enough for you one of the more quirky attractions

  • in Berlin is visiting the currywurst museum where of our course apparently you get to

  • have currywurst at the end of your tour.

  • So the sausage can be eaten many different ways. Today I've got it with french fries

  • but you can order it with in a bun with a side our sauerkraut or even with a baked potato

  • so you're not limited for options.

  • You can typically pick up the currywurst for anywhere between 2.50 to 3 Euro just on its

  • own and if you want to get a side like fries it usually is about 5 Euros.

  • If Currywurst is to your liking, you'll want to check out this quirky museum devoted to

  • Berlin's favorite sausage. One of the coolest things about this museum is that they have

  • a giant sofa shaped like a Currywurst.

  • For today's video you are in for a sweet treat - quite literally - because we are in Germany

  • and we've decided to taste test a few of our favorite chocolates.

  • Chocolate.

  • The brand we are testing is Ritter Sport. We have six different varieties - let's show

  • them.

  • So you've got three in your hand and I've got three in mine. We're going to be trying

  • all of these and letting you know what our favorites are.

  • Now the first thing to know is that there is a special way to open these. Audrey is

  • going to show us.

  • I'm a pro - watch this! Okay, that one malfunctioned. One more. You just crack it open and ooh la

  • la - chocolate!

  • Okay, the first kind we're going to be trying is this yellow pack and it is a corn flake

  • chocolate. It is regular milk chocolate but stuffed with cornflakes.

  • I've never had chocolate with corn flakes but I like both things, so I have high expectations

  • here.

  • I've had this before and it is one of my favorites.

  • So a bite each.

  • Oh, wow, that is a crunchy one. How do you like it?

  • It's amazing. It reminds me of a chocolate we have in North America - I think it is called

  • Crunch or Crunchy. It is like the Crunchy bar but this is better.

  • The next one we're trying is the red package - this is Marzipan. It is basically an almond

  • paste made with honey and sugar. That is the filling inside of this chocolate. It also

  • looks like it is a darker chocolate. I'm not a fan of dark chocolate because I prefer milk

  • chocolate. We'll see how this goes. Here.

  • That is very rich and decadent. Do you like it?

  • I prefer milk chocolate. I've already said that. It's not my favorite but the Marzipan

  • is very sweet so it kind of balances the bitterness of the dark chocolate, so it is okay.

  • Oh, I need water!

  • Okay, now this is the one I've been really wanting to have. I'm a huge fan of peppermint

  • chocolate and Ritter Sport is high quality chocolate so I have very high expectations

  • for this. Okay. Let's give it a try.

  • Oh, wow! What do you think?

  • It's a lot like those After Eight really thin chocolate strips - that is what it reminds

  • me of.

  • Yeah, that is really good. It is also like the Junior Mints that we have in North America

  • as well.

  • Number four. This one is the Espresso flavor. Do you normally like espresso? I do not like

  • coffee, so no espresso for me. Yeah, we're not coffee drinkers so I'm not sure how we're

  • going to like these ones.

  • This is torture.

  • Okay, it has a strong coffee flavor but it is milk chocolate and not dark chocolate so

  • it is bearable.

  • I think if you put enough sugar in anything you can make it taste good. Even though I

  • don't like this flavor normally, I actually quite like it in chocolate form.

  • Next up we have a new flavor that I haven't seen before. It is called Olympia. It has

  • Yogurt, honey, nuts and grape sugar if my translation is correct. That sounds interesting.

  • Let's see. Take a square.

  • Cough. Ewwww!

  • Oh, it's an interesting one. Do you like it? It doesn't have a very distinct flavor considering

  • it has four unique ingredients in the filling.

  • Yeah, I agree with that. I just coughed on the chocolate so that I get the rest of it

  • afterwards. Not a bad strategy.

  • Last but certainly not least we have coconut. I'm a huge coconut fan. Do you think you're

  • going to like this one? I've actually been having this chocolate when Sam is not around.

  • I go into the supermarket and get a square for myself and gobble it up.

  • I'm just finding this out now. That is evil. Here you go.

  • That is the best one in my opinion.

  • This looks so good that I'm taking two squares.

  • Oh, wow! It's like big chunks of coconut.

  • It's creamy, it's sweet. I feel like I'm back in the tropics enjoying a coconut shake.

  • That is by far the best one as far as I'm concerned.

  • I'm going to choose my top two and if I had to rank them I'd say coconut is number one

  • and maybe the cornflakes number two. I really enjoyed those. What about you?

  • Well, for me I would go coconut also number one but then I would go peppermint number

  • two.

  • I think we've figured out some quite important here. If we were to buy the coconut flavor

  • Ritter Sport we're going to be fighting over it. Quite literally. Hey, give it to me.

  • If any of you chocolate lovers find yourselves in Germany there is actually a Ritter Sport

  • chocolate factory located outside of Stuttgart.

  • I went there a couple of years ago and there chocolate store is amazing. They have so much

  • variety and all of the packaging is so colorful so you can certainly spend a few hours there

  • picking up souvenirs to take back home or to eat before you go back home.

  • If you're in Germany traveling and you want to try the Ritter Sport they are 99 cents

  • of a Euro.

  • A little history into this chocolate bar - as you can see it is square shape because it

  • was actually meant to fit inside of a gentleman's blazer inside the front pocket. If they were

  • ever at the theater - or the cinema - and they needed something to munch on they could

  • discretely pull it out and have their Ritter Sport. Yum. That's clever.

  • I just need to spit it out. You didn't like that? Oh gosh Audrey don't be so dramatic.

  • The longer I keep it in my mouth the worse it gets. Jeez. Stop being weird.

  • Coconut, my turn. Me. I've only talked twice. Do you want to do it? Are you sure?

  • Of course, you cannot come to Berlin and not eat a Wurst or a sausage. I've just ordered

  • myself one from the street. They have lots of local stands and this was only one Euro

  • and thirty five cents. Big bite! That is so good and I got it with mustard, which is even

  • tastier.

Good morning!

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