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Food We Eat : Conventional Breakfast (30 Countries)

In Amelia Curzon blogs on September 8, 2013 at 12:48 pm

Just shows you how much some can tuck away upon waking!


Argentina: Danish Pastries filled with Custard

Breakfast (1)

Australia: Cold Cereal, Milk and Toast
Breakfast (2)

Brazil: Ham, Cheese, Bread, Milk, Coffee
Breakfast (3)

Canada: Eggs, Potatoes, Sausage, Ham, Pancakes
Breakfast (4)

Chile: Bread and Cheese, Jelly or Yogurt and Cereal
Breakfast (30)

China: Dim sum
Breakfast (5)

Colombia: Changua Milk, Scallion, and Egg soup
Breakfast (6)

Cuba: Cuban Bread dunked in Sweetened Coffee
Breakfast (7)

Egypt: Fava Beans, Chickpeas, Hard Boiled Egg, Veggies
Breakfast (8)

England: Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Beans, and Mushrooms
Breakfast (9)

Finland: Open Sandwiches, Cheese, Cold Cuts, Cereal
Breakfast (10)

France: Croissants and Coffee
Breakfast (11)

Ghana: Rice cooked with Beans and Spices
Breakfast (12)

Germany: Cold Meats, Sausages, Cheese, Bread
Breakfast (13)

India: Idli Wada- Fermented Black Lentils and Rice
Breakfast (14)

Italy: Cappuccino and Hard Roll or Biscotti
Breakfast (15)

Japan: Miso soup, Cteamed Rice, and Pickles
Breakfast (16)

Mexico: Huevos rancheros, Chorizo, Tortillas and Coffee
Breakfast (17)

Mongolia: Fatty, Boiled Mutton with Rice
Breakfast (18)

Morocco: Breads with Jam, and Cheese or Butter
Breakfast (19)

Nigeria: Moi Moi Ground Bean in a Wrap
Breakfast (20)

Pakistan: Bread filled with Vegetables
Breakfast (21)

Peru: Bread with Butter, Jam…

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  1. Well, as an American, I can safely say our breakfasts are anything but typical so this profile could be misleading… for example, my breakfast tends to be fresh berries topped with Greek yogurt and granola OR oatmeal & bananas OR an omelet occasionally w mixed greens. Still, it was a fun post to read through! 🙂

    • And, as an English person, I most certainly don’t wake up and start on “Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Beans, and Mushrooms”, though I am occasionally tempted at other times of the day to indulge. More coffee and toast for me. You’re right though, it is fun, Diane. Having said that, do the Canadians REALLY eat all that first thing in the morning!! 🙂

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