in its kanji form) is an adverb in Japanese that is used at the beginning of a sentence, or an individual statement, in order to present an example. It can be translated almost directly as ‘for example’.
For example, how about Germany, or something?
For Example, my teeth hurt when I eat cold things.
should primarily be used when the ‘example’ that is being given is as simple as possible. If you want to explain something in further (in-depth) detail, 詳（くわ）しく ‘in full’ would be used as the adverb instead.
More specifically, I don't like foods that have a lot of seeds, like tomatoes.