Central European cuisine

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Slovak kapustnica (soup made from sauerkraut and sausage)

Central European cuisine is a generic term regarding the cuisine of Central Europe.

The cuisine of a country is strongly influenced by regional climates. For example, German cuisine, Polish cuisine, Austrian and Czech cuisine show many similarities, yet differ from the highlander cuisines in these countries.

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