Question: What is Netherlands famous food?

What is the national dish of the Netherlands?

Stamppot, also known as hutspot is a hearty dish made of mashed potato, vegetables and smoked sausages such as Dutch Rookworst, Spanish Chorizo or Polish Kielbasa. There are different versions of this dish depending on whether kale, sauerkraut or endives are used.

Why are the Dutch so clean?

Initially the migration of entire peasant families to towns, the hiring of farmers daughters as housemaids, and the exceptionally high consumption of dairy products continued to encourage the habit of regular cleaning in urban households.

What is a typical breakfast in the Netherlands?

Generally speaking, Dutch people usually eat buttered bread topped with a variety of ingredients, such as ham, cheese or jam for breakfast, as well as store bought cereal served with milk for breakfast.

Are Dutch people hygienic?

The Dutch are the least hygienic country in Europe, a survey by GallUp has revealed. Only 50 percent of Dutchies surveyed washed their hands each time, automatically with soap and water after using the toilet.

How often do Dutch people bathe?

In 2016, the average respondents to this survey took 0.03 baths per day, or one bath every three to four weeks, according to the source .Average number of baths taken per person per day in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2016.CharacteristicAverage number of baths--7 more rows•18 May 2021

Why do Dutch people not wash their hands?

But in the Netherlands, hand washing does not seem to be a big part of the toilet-going culture. Some Dutchies we asked actually thought it was good that most Dutch people did not wash their hands after going to the toilet: “Dutch mothers teach their children to not pee on their hands,” Joe said.

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