Anonymous said: what's the difference in german bread?
OMG. I’m about to go to bed. How do you expect me to answer this question, this essential, important question in just so many words?
Firstly, German bread is ACTUAL FUCKING BREAD. Like… it has a CRUST, it’s made with NATURAL SOUR DOUGH. WHEN YOU TAKE A BITE OF FRESH-BAKED GERMAN BREAD IT TASTES LIKE SUNSHINE AND BASICALLY SOLID BEER JUST WITHOUT THE ALCOHOL, AND ACTUAL GRAINS. IT IS THEREFORE IT EXSITS! Whereas English and American bread (and bread from many other countries - I’m looking at you, Sweden) doesn’t even deserve the NAME bread. It’s toast. It can only be endured when toasted. And even then it’s basically just a few carbon molecules around loads of air.
GERMAN BREAD IS LIFE! IT’S ART! IT’S FOOD OF THE GODS!
You do not understand how much I love our bread. And you will never understand it unless you’ve eaten a still slightly warm slice of a rye-rich, soft but dense, juicy, crispy “Krustenbrot”. JESUS ON A BRÖTCHEN!
I miss good bread. American bread is the absolute worst.
Ever since returning from Germany, I rarely eat bread.