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What Do People Have for Breakfast in These 25 Countries?

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The most important meal of the day is breakfast. In this fast-paced world, a lot of people tend to skip breakfast just to avoid being late for work! But when you think about it, what people have for breakfast has a lot to say about their country’s culture.

So despite the fact that a lot of us tend to miss breakfast, here’s a look at what other people from all over the world are having for breakfast. Who knows, this might inspire you not to miss the day’s most important meal!

United States: Eggs, pancakes, and bacon. Or if they’re in rush, it’s usually just cereal!

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Turkey: A LOT! Bread, cheese, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey, kaymac (clotted cream), sucuk (spicy Turkish sausage), and Turkish tea.

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Mexico: Chilaquiles (tortilla chips submerged in spicy sauce) with fried egg and topings like avocado.

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Russia: Sirniki (baked farmer’s cheese pancakes), or oatmeal and rye bread.

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Portugal: Stuffed croissants or bread with jam and cheese, with coffee.

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Korea: Rolled up omelettes with veggies and sometimes meat.

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Scotland: A simple bowl of porridge.

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Morocco: Breads with preserved fruits, cheese, butter, and a side of boiled egg.

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Japan: Miso soup, steamed rice, Japanese pickles, fish, and sometimes natto (fermented soybeans).

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Italy: Similar to the on-the-go breakfast, a cappuccino with biscotti.

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India: Indli wada (cake made with fermented black lentils and rice) with chutney and sambar (lentil-based vegetable stew).

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Poland: Bread rolls with an assortment of toppings like meat, sausage, cheese, butter, jam, and chocolate spread.

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Philippines: Pandesal (bread roll made of flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, and salt) dipped in coffee with milk.

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France: Pastries! Usually it’s a pan au chocolat (chocolate croissant) or a plain croissant with coffee.

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Israel: Shakshuka, which is a dish with a sunny-side-up egg cooked in spicy tomato sauce, served on pita.

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England: Fried eggs, sausage, bacon, and of course, beans!

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Cuba: Cuban breakfasts are usually light, with some coffee with milk and tostada (grilled sliced bread with butter).

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Germany: A variety of food like cold cuts, cheese, fresh rolls, butter and jam, and Nutella.

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Indonesia: Nasi goreng – fried rice topped with fried egg, and sometimes with meat and seafood.

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Colombia: Changua, a savory milk, scallion, and egg soup.

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Pakistan: A hearty serving of Nihari, which is a stew made with beef sirloin and/or beef shanks.

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Switzerland: Birchermüesli (raw oats and grains topped with dried and/or fresh fruit), served in either milk or yogurt.

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China: It depends on the region, but it’s usually a variety of dim sum.

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Brazil: Ham, cheese, and bread, with some coffee and milk.

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Australia: Toast with some vegemite (a spread made from leftover brewer’s yeast).

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Based on solely on their breakfast, which country do you want to visit?

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