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    Germanic Online Resources for Food

    Hello, I am creating this thread to help Germanics find food items of all types online for traditional Germanic cooking. Please add any links that you know of and a brief comment if you have used their services before.

    Sorry but the ones I know of just deal with German foods, because I'm of German decent. Feel free to add other Germanic countries food links if you know any.

    They have thousands of items for baking and meal preparations. They provide a very good service and also have a restaurant/deli if you are in the area.
    http://germanfoodatjosies.com/
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    German Deli has good bread and over 5000 products, although I find their prices a bit high. They also have links to German restaurant across America and Canada.
    http://www.germandeli.com/?gclid=CKq...FQLrKgod_V8alg
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    German corner LLC, I have never used them before, but they seem to have some good things. They are on the West coast.
    http://www.germanplaza.com/productca...categories.asp
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    GermanFoods.org they represent German food companies around the world but are based in the U.S. They have very good links to just about anything you would want.
    http://www.germanfoods.org/consumer/aboutus/about.cfm
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    This is the sister site to GermanFoods.org
    http://www.thetasteofgermany.com/
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    Bavarian Sausage, I sometimes order from them when I can't find the time to drive to the city. They have outstanding products and services.
    http://bavariasausage.com/
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    Claus' German Meats they do not sell online, however if you are within driving distance this is the best place to buy meat. I have bought their products for years, even before when it was Klemms meats. People have been known to drive up to 5 hours one way to get wurst from them.
    http://clausgermansausageandmeats.com/
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    Stiglmeirer Sausage Company, I have never bought from them but they are recommended by a friend. They seem to have a good selection of meats and wurst. I hear they have good farmers bread also.
    http://www.stiglmeier.com/catalog.aspx
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    I will add the most important links later, German Bakeries.
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    Schmidt's Sausage Haus and Restaurant
    http://www.schmidthaus.com/

    Schmidt's has some of the best foods and beer. Their sausage's can be mailed anywhere. If you are in Columbus, Ohio area you have to try their food and beer.

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    German Baked Goods- The one thing I always hear from Germans living abroad is that they miss good breads. With the homogenization of the modern stores I miss all the German bakeries that the small towns used to have. Now with the Internet you can order most things online.

    Heidelberg Haus, they have been in business for years and they have very good bread and pastries. When I'm in Indianapolis I try to stop by and have coffee and sweets. They carry a huge selection of baked goods and are known for their breads. If you are looking for something special send them a email and they ship.
    http://www.heidelberghaus.com/index....&r=r_home.php4

    Oma Gisi's is my favorite place to order baked goods from. Their bread and cookies are outstanding and they are really nice people to talk to. Their bread is very good and they ship. Again if there is something you are looking for and don't see it contact them.
    http://omagisisbakery.com/cart/index.php

    I have never ordered from this place, but their products seem to sound and look good.
    http://www.heidelbergbakery.com/?q=about

    Now if you don't want to order online or want to try and bake things yourself you should look at this website.
    http://www.thegermankitchen.com/
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