Saturday, February 27, 2016

Bread in Germany with Flat Stanley

We had the privilege of showing “Flat Stanley” around our corner of Germany, after he flew over in an envelope from an elementary school in Massachusetts. He has since returned to the U.S., but his adventures were fun!

Flat Stanley needed some lunch when he got off the plane, and he found lots of choices at a German grocery store. His first choice was pre-packaged bread, similar to what is in American grocery stores.

His next choice was freshly baked bread. You can take the entire loaf home (whole), or you can put the fresh loaf into a bread slicing machine, and presto- neat slices of fresh bread.

Flat Stanley knows someone who cannot eat bread that has gluten in it, so he wanted to make sure that people in Germany have gluten-free choices. They do!
A few days later, Flat Stanley passed by a bakery and thought the bread there looked great! Of course, you don’t have to eat bread for lunch, but that is a popular choice for lots of kids in Germany and in Massachusetts.

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