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Dutch Food Items

Hi all,

I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a source of Dutch-style rusks or "beschuit" anywhere in Basel or Zürich. We already have the "muisjes" or sugar coated aniseed to go with it.

Otherwise is the a forum somewhere for Dutch expats that might be able to help?

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Old 25.04.2007, 09:42
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Re: Dutch Food Items

Dear Nick,

Kijk eens op www.zwitserlandforum.nl

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Kijk eens op www.zwitserlandforum.nl

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That was a useful link. Apparently you can buy the biscuits in Coop.

Happy Queen's Day...,
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Just a note to mention that my wife found proper Dutch "Beschuit" at Marktkauf in Weil-am-Rhein.

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Re: Dutch Food Items

When's the big day? Can we congratulate you already?

For those unaware of what's going on: Beschuit+muisjes is something the Dutch eat when a new Pampers-customer has arrived

My contribution to this thread: www.dutchstore.ch

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Still waiting. Good job it wasn't on the 30th - otherwise we would have needed orange muisjes

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Re: Dutch Food Items

Hi,

Except for the website, is there anywhere a physical Dutch shop where they only sell Dutch items?

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Re: Dutch Food Items

http://www.hollaendische-laedeli.com/

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Except for the website, is there anywhere a physical Dutch shop where they only sell Dutch items?

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Re: Dutch Food Items

Anyone who is interested in dutch food in Zürich or Switzerland should visit this store in Adliswil (10 km from downtown Zürich) or go online:

http://www.hollaendische-laedeli.com

They sell the following products:

Hagelslag, beschuit, pindakaas / peanut butter, drop, stroopwafels, bruine basterdsuiker / brown sugar, satésaus, cheese, beer and even frozen products like bitterballen, kroketten, frikandellen and bamischijven and much more ......

The staff is really friendly and they are open from Wednesday until Saturday.
The webshop is open 24/7!




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Anyone who is interested in dutch food in Zürich or Switzerland should visit this store in Adliswil (10 km from downtown Zürich) or go online:

http://www.hollaendische-laedeli.com

They sell the following products:

Hagelslag, beschuit, pindakaas / peanut butter, drop, stroopwafels, bruine basterdsuiker / brown sugar, satésaus, cheese, beer and even frozen products like bitterballen, kroketten, frikandellen and bamischijven and much more ......

The staff is really friendly and they are open from Wednesday until Saturday.
The webshop is open 24/7!




Kwekkeboom Kroketten? The only thing i really miss from Holland
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Kwekkeboom Kroketten? The only thing i really miss from Holland
Mmmmmmm. Love them. also van Dobben (I think that's correct). Will get some over Christmas. But thanks for the link - husband (Dutch) is needing pindakaas
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Anyone who is interested in dutch food in Zürich or Switzerland should visit this store in Adliswil (10 km from downtown Zürich) or go online:

http://www.hollaendische-laedeli.com

They sell the following products:

Hagelslag, beschuit, pindakaas / peanut butter, drop, stroopwafels, bruine basterdsuiker / brown sugar, satésaus, cheese, beer and even frozen products like bitterballen, kroketten, frikandellen and bamischijven and much more ......

The staff is really friendly and they are open from Wednesday until Saturday.
The webshop is open 24/7!




Looks so gezellig!
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Just a note to mention that my wife found proper Dutch "Beschuit" at Marktkauf in Weil-am-Rhein.

Cheers,
Nick
You can get proper beschuit also in France both at the ELECLERC and CASINO GEANT and I found Dutch pindakaas at the Asian store near Basel central station...
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Re: Dutch Food Items

A thread from 2013 and ain't it great to see, the Dutch shop in Adliswil still excists (I seem to remember it was taken over by someone new once when the original owner followed her husband to their next stage in life).

I checked as I ran out of rode Genever - and that's just no state to be in.

However, it took me about 5 minutes to realize the language on this website can be changed (and yes, I'm proud my memory serves me so well after all these years that it takes me that long to realize I'm reading a language I officially don't speak although my friends always try to make me) only to immediately find out, all it changes is the titles, not the details. ROFL.

Still, I've been indulging in the offers until I got stuck - and that is why I am posting all this which most likely nobody cares to read - at the following: Vetsin.
I think this is glutamate - is that correct?

So, one of our Dutch friends here, let me know. Thanks
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Still, I've been indulging in the offers until I got stuck - and that is why I am posting all this which most likely nobody cares to read - at the following: Vetsin.
I think this is glutamate - is that correct?

So, one of our Dutch friends here, let me know. Thanks
Vetsin is glutamate. Let me know if you need further help nagivating the site?

If you are looking for a good boemboe to make indonesian food, a lot of Asia stores carry boemboes
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Still, I've been indulging in the offers until I got stuck - and that is why I am posting all this which most likely nobody cares to read - at the following: Vetsin.
I think this is glutamate - is that correct?

So, one of our Dutch friends here, let me know. Thanks

it's a mix of salt and glutamate, also referred to as monosodium glutamate (MSG).
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If you are looking for a good boemboe to make indonesian food, a lot of Asia stores carry boemboes
dank je wel

Got through the Adliswil website fine apart from that Vetsin I wasn't sure about.

Boemboes are these little spice mixtures in sachets, right? I don't normally use those - but it's not a bad idea once in a while actually.
It's stuff like Ketjap Manis or the sweet soja - the kind I like - I don't seem to find anywhere than with the Dutch. Or maybe I'm just not checking the others well enough. And of course the red Genever

To any homesick - or corona-blocked - Netherlanders: I just came across an other Dutch web-shop in Switzerland.
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it's a mix of salt and glutamate, also referred to as monosodium glutamate (MSG).
It's not pure glutamate then?
Also known as umami - well the effect it has
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I'm quite sure I've seen Ketjap Manis at Jelmoli - as well as the "boemboe" packets.
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