How to Fika - Sweden's coffee culture tradition This is not accurate but i dont have the heart to tell you...

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Missing Sweden! Fika (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈfiːˌka]) is a concept in Swedish culture with the basic meaning "to have coffee", often accompanied with pastries.

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I live in Sweden and "fika" to me is mostly sweet stuff like cookies and cakes, it was just some years ago I realised some swedes only mean coffee break and I'm there looking for the cookies and buns ☕ = FIKA! Not just coffee - okay?!

I live in Sweden and "fika" to me is mostly sweet stuff like cookies and cakes, it was just some years ago I realised some swedes only mean coffee break and I'm there looking for the cookies and buns 🍩🥐🥛☕🍪 = FIKA!

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