Saturday, 10 May 2014

My favorite food from Germany

My favorite food from Germany

I brought quite some food with me (about 15 kg), mainly sweets. Cheese is about 5 times more expensive in Thailand than in Germany, so I brought 1.6 kg that will last some months. The chocolate bars are several stacked above. I don't know if chocolate/milk cream is available in Thailand, but I know that Nutella is far more expensive in Thailand than in Gemrany.


4 comments:

  1. You don't know if chocolate is available in Thailand? Serious question, have you ever been to any Villa Market or Tops or Tesco Lotus? They've got plenty of chocolate, German and French and all kinds of other brands. And while the Nutella is indeed more expensive, it's not that fake Duo crap you've brought.

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  2. Yes, there is imported chocolate in Thailand, I bought various kinds in Foodland, but it's expensive and not the chocolate I brought from Germany.

    I like chocolate-milk duo more than Nutella. The problem is how to store it. At room temperature (aircon 25 C) it's too soft, in the fridge too hard to spread on toast.

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  3. aber mein lieber, du bist doch so geizistgeil, na ja, das sagen die immer von dich. Und du kaufst wenn zuhause gar nicht bei AldiLidlNetto??

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  4. Bringing food that will last for months poses a storage problem. All chocolate and cookies go in the fridge, no problem.

    But slices of cheese will stick together after months in the fridge; but they will not if you store them in the freezer (tip from a friend, confirmed).

    Hazelnut cream becomes liquid in my room (25 C), but has the right consistence when I store it in the fridge as far away from the freezer as possible (tip from another friend, confirmed).

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