Many South African products can be bought online.
For those items you cannot find in Germany, most have a substitute.
We list our substitute suggestions here, as well as some German translations
Rewe has a very good page about seafood. Where to buy fish and seafood If you would like to buy seafood or fish online try
Looking for Milo, Horlicks, Frisco, Ricoffy or Lime Cordial? We compiled a searchable list of substitutes for some of the popular hot and cold drinks
German meat cuts are different from those in South Africa. South Africa tends to follow the British way of cutting meat.Below is a explanation of the
Here is a list of substitutes and translations for general food and kitchen items like cling film, maize meal, custard and biscuits Related content
Here is a list of suggestions for ready-made pasty (dough) products and some translations. Related content Inspiration
For all of the passionate bakers out there! We have thoughtfully compiled a comprehensive list of alternative ingredient options that can be used for baking
Here is a list of suggestions for types of sugars, as well as some translations. Related content
Here is a list of suggestions for dairy products, as well as some translations. You can also read more on Rewe’s site Related content
Here is a list of the most common spices and herbs with their Afrikaans, English and German names Spices Afrikaans English German Borrie Turmeric die
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Many will describe German food as hearty, heavy and unrefined. Comfort food comes to mind, as many dishes are based on starch. But I think that German food can be very refined “sehr fein” as well, and they have the best bakeries in the world. Apparently, there are more than
Shopping in Germany can be a daunting experience if you are not familiar with how things work here. The worst is probably grocery shopping. In South Africa there is usually someone at the till that bags your groceries for you. It is mostly a relaxed experience and you can even