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German cakes may be world-famous, but which varieties are the most popular? Meet the Germans host Kate Müser heads to a cake shop to find out.

Every other week, DW’s Kate Müser explores the quirks of everyday life and language in Germany. Originally from the United States, Müser has lived in Germany for over 13 years. Follow Meet the Germans on YouTube or at dw.com/meetthegermans.

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Vincent vintage says:

I like trains

Ice Fern says:

Unpopular opinion: I don't like cake :/

Hard Sucker says:

“That sounds delicious!”

Then proceeds to not buy a thing. Cringe!

Amish surani says:

Good ANALYSIS

King Ozymandias says:

Mohnkuchen, Bienenstich, Fla, Käsekuchen!

OilBaron100 says:

Vienna cake.

Georg Ernst says:

Butterkuchen, Zuckerkuchen für die Süddeutschen.

Eva Salustino says:

I love how passion fruit in German is Maracuja- which is the word for passion fruit in Brazil, where it is native 😀

Astro Student says:

Donauwelle fuer mich

Marguit Valdez says:

Maracuja! Naturlich

Andreas Lorenz says:

Gefüllter Bienenstich ist mein Ding!

Koljuchka777 says:

In germany Kuchen is a pie.

R GW says:

The pear marzipan cake sounds delicious 🤤

Higher to be a Bayer says:

Ich bin ganz einfach gestrickt. Erdbeerkuchen mit Sahne 🤤

Schnipsie says:

Buttercremetorte mit frischen Beeren oder wenn ich nicht gerade eine Torte essen möchte, Butterstreuselkuchen… ich backe auch selber aber dann lieber Muffins oder Cupcakes

Unkraudt says:

Eierschecke.

briena aransmy says:

Zimtschnecke bite

Unklarnamenpflicht says:

Streuselkuchen!

LF TV says:

I like battenburg cake the best

Bruno Brauer says:

Der Beliebteste ist 'Dieser da!" der Zweitbeliebteste ist 'Nein, nicht dieser, der da!'

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