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North versus South, food and economy

by on 24/06/2012

As to the connection between food and economy, it explains perfectly why in the southern Europe the economy is sluggish and in Germany and North of it, it is so energetic.

If you take the Southern Europeans, at lunch time, they have tasty pasta, moussaka, lamb stew, paella you name it, then they have a excellent glass of house made red vine. Who wants to work after it?

On the other hand the Germans and North Europeans, when they go to lunch, they have a sausage, (Frankfurter) with bitter mustard, or a herring  with sour onions, that they swallow with glass of bitter beer, and disgusted continue to work.

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