- Grünkohl (Gruenkohl) : Grünkohl is the German word for Kale or curly Kale. One specialty of the Northern Germany is a dish called made from Kale and Pinkel, groats sausage. Pickled or fermented Kale are available fresh during its season, but is always available in bottles in supermarkets.

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