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German_presentation_1_4_ - Germany Stella Zirkler &...

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9/30/11 Germany Joyce Samaniego
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9/30/11 Germany: It’s Cuisine, It’s First: Facts Second: Culture Third: German Cuisine Finally: German Cuisine in America
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/30/11 Germany The German coat of arms features an eagle. This coat of arms is called the Bundesadler.
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9/30/11 The German Flag The German flag is black, red, and gold- the same colors as the German coat of arms. It changed to black, white, and red temporarily
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9/30/11 The German Capital: Berlin Population: 3.45 million The climate is temperate Has a highly advanced bicycle route system
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9/30/11 German Fun Facts Germany is quite densely populated with 82 million people living in a country the size of Montana In Germany, Saturday is a work day Germans are second in world wide beer consumption next to Ireland The average person in Germany
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9/30/11 Geography 1/3 of Germany is forested Despite a dense population, Germany has managed to maintain its lush forest and keep it intact: they sure do have their priorities
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9/30/11 German Geography These German Castles are World Famous
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9/30/11 German Crops German crops make up most of the plant foods in the diet, as opposed to importing and eating pineapples all day Crops are those that grow well in temperate areas: Beets Cabbage Potatoes Cauliflower Oats Wheat Onions Cabbage Side Note: The Germans like their produce and other products to be organic like their produce to be organic
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9/30/11 Traditional Garb: Men Lederhosen, worn by men, is mostly just during Oktoberfest or other festive occasions Lederhosen were traditionally
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course HM 324 taught by Professor Food during the Spring '09 term at S.F. State.

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