I mean, they’re popular and we have something like The Pita Pit. Which is… not similar Hello everyone! What is up, my name is Hayley, welcome to my YouTube channel. If you did not know, now you do! Hey you guys~ So it’s been a long time since I made a sit down with you where I’m going to talk, so that means time for me to do some spring cleaning hahaha, because it’s spring. YouTube has now made it to where you guys can do the Translation for me if you want to, on YouTube. Thank you, Youtube. Thank you to the people That have actually been doing it on some videos There’s like two videos that people did and I said “how did y’all do this? How did you get to have the time to do this? Thank you!” You guys have no idea how easy this makes my life when you guys translate the videos, so thank you so much, especially to the German people, thank you so much, that translated from English to German because It helps me so much, because so many of my viewers are German and I know that I speak Really fast sometimes or I say really crazy hardcore English words or slang that you guys wouldn’t understand So for the people that do it to German: Thank you So today’s video is going to be about seven German foods that put American foods to shame I think most of y’all already know what some of them are. Let’s start! The number one thing and I think this will be on everyone’s… I don’t know, it’s like this one and another one are neck-and-neck with each other But I’m going to put this one up as number one, because it’s an actual food and it’s not something that you drink But the number one thing is the bread here. The bread here takes the cake for almost anywhere in the world I think that I’ve ever been to there’s no comparison I mean the white bread that we have in America or even the bread at Panera that people think is amazing has nothing here with the shittiest of bakeries Ah, if you’ve never had a kürbiskernsemmel with a little bit of butter and salt You’re just not living your life, seriously! I’ve eaten more bread in maybe a year living in Germany than I have my whole entire life. Like the rest of the twenty something years that I lived in America, I’ve eaten more bread here in this one year, that’s why I’ve been gaining so much weight, ….and potatoes This includes Semmeln, pretzels… the pretz– !! I just want to say baked goods in general put anything in America to shame. To hell this white jiffy bread that we have, I don’t know even know what the name of it is I think it’s wonder bread, I’m pretty sure it’s wonder bread But that stuff, oh gosh, horrible. The next thing is going to be the beer and this is a no-brainer The beer here is amazing. I do not drink beer in the United States. I don’t drink a Blue Moon… I don’t drink a Budweiser I don’t drink a Miller Lite, I don’t drink a Coors Light, I don’t drink anything I don’t even drink Corona, and no, it’s not from the United States Whatever, but here, I can drink Tegernseer Tegernseer, Chiemseer, Giesinger, Augustiner, Paulaner, and I actually sometimes, you know I’m just craving a nice Hefty, hearty beer Just to let y’all know that Haley is down with it. The next one is going to be a Döner I’m always eating one. They’re amazing. We just have it in the united States, we haven’t gotten the Kebab thing down I mean They’re popular and we have something like The Pita Pit which is… not similar that’s like the only thing I can really compare to, I mean some places have kebabs Like in New York you’re going to have them, in Miami you’re gonna have them but in normal cities… like even smaller towns here have them. They’re just really a m a z i n g, I mean the meat is just so good I don’t know we just haven’t gotten it, we’re not to par with the German Kebabs. Käsespätzle, which is basically like… the equivalent would be macaroni and cheese for the United States, but… it’s not. Oh my god… It’s like little noodles or dumplings I don’t know, like it’s a dough that’s boiled and amazing and they have cheese and cream fried onions mostly on top, and it’s just so good Now, if it’s a macaroni cheese from your grandma’s who puts her foot in it and licks her finger and sticks it in there there with a little bit of love and like a half stick of butter or something, then, okay, that’s amazing That’s the stuff that you get in the box or the stuff that you get in like own cup… No. I think that in Germany what they’ve learned to do is that less is more In America we always like to have like the most of everything, the most seasoning the biggest portion of everything and here they’ve learned that you don’t really need a lot of seasoning or a lot of ingredients to make something really good That’s my personal opinion, I don’t know if it’s true or not but that’s just my personal opinion The Spezi, y’all… I know that my Spezi is amazing. No, we don’t have Spezi in the United States I know you guys are always perplexed, you guys can’t believe that we don’t have Spezi in the US I’ve been to a bunch of states you guys And I’ve never had Spezi, “you guys hey mix Fanta with Coke!”, it does not taste the same I don’t think it’s made with Coke or with Fanta here as most of you guys have told me it’s made with like an orange lemonade or an orange juice type thing, and there’s more cola ratio than half It’s like more than 50% Coke. The coke in the united states taste very different than the coke in Germany It’s really really sweet in the United States when I went back I could not drink a whole bottle of coke or even a small can of coke it was too sweet for me it just it Doesn’t taste the same, especially a Paulaner Spezi, you wouldn’t be able to get those anywhere mean in the US Curry Wurst… and you would think, in the land of hotdogs, of nasty ass hot dogs We would be able to master a Curry Wurst or have anything that’s similar to it Just think of like a bratwurst, like a sausage, a “brat-sausage” cut up with curry ketchup and curry powder and French fries, it’s so good You would think this would be such a wonderful selling item in the United States Especially at basketball, football, any type of sport event, this would be such a good high seller I mean this tastes amazing, but they haven’t really brought it over, which is… which is really confusing to me, America. They don’t know what happening, they don’t know what to do with their lives They’re not they need to get it together. I’m trying to be the food ambassador here I’m going to be the Martha Stewart of Germany… … wait… …No, that’s wrong We’re just going to leave this out of the video. The last and final point of things that Germany has beaten us, The U S A of Everything in They have beaten us in… Their potato salad is the bomb dot com, and I’ll say this over and over Even though, you guys have chewed my ass out before I already know that “now they don’t make just vinegar *whine* ” I know they make it with mayonnaise in other places and all this stuff, BUT, I’ve eaten the potato salad with mayonnaise now, and it tastes so much better than the potato salad in America. I, in the united states have NEVER, at any Barbecue, at any family function, at any thank’s giving, at any Christmas, at any birthday, at any holiday at any Martin Luther King Jr. barbeque that I’ve been to, I have never tasted potato salad that tastes like the ones in Germany. It’s so good you guys! Unless your grandma is German and she lives in the United States, and she’s making you a homemade recipe It will not taste the same if you’re buying it from a german restaurant Maybe it is the same, but I highly doubt that as well, because they’ve probably been americanized They’re just trying to please people and cater to people’s needs of the United States which means more fattening… … “food” …I’m so hungry I need to eat something… so Yes, I think that was it, as you guys can tell I’m hungry and I want to get something But I decided to do a video something a little bit different A little comparison again you guys, but yeah, I hope you guys have a wonderful day. Happy spring! Frühling! and I love you all, thank you for watching and bye bye!