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What Do Germans Eat on Christmas?

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Crispy goose and raisin cake have been on German tables synonymously on Christmas since the medieval time. The goose is roasted and the raisin cake coated with sugar. Gingerbread cookies are also a common site on German tables during Christmas
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During Christmas, Germans eat roast goose or duck that is stuffed with apples, onions or chestnut. They also eat red cabbage with apples and boiled potatoes with dumplings. Turkey, beef, venison and wild boar are also Christmas favourites.
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