Traditional Food of Germany & Traditional Food of Spain

Julio Lindert


German and Spanish food is great.


Germany is a very large country, and it has a diverse range of food. In fact, Germany has more than 5500 different kinds of sausage! The country also has a rich history when it comes to food. For example, potatoes were first brought to Europe by Spanish explorers in the 16th century; they became popular in Germany during this time period as well.

Furthermore, beer is part of German tradition–there are around 2500 breweries throughout all parts of this central European nation (and they produce over 5 billion liters per year).


Spanish food is rich and diverse, with tapas being a great way to sample a lot of different foods. Paella is a popular dish that combines seafood and meat with rice. The Spanish love their wine, so be sure to try some if you get the chance!

German and Spanish food is great.

  • German food is meat-heavy.
  • German food is hearty.
  • Spanish food is seafood-heavy and spicy.


Both German and Spanish food are great. They’re both delicious and nutritious, so you can enjoy them without feeling guilty about it!

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