Prob­a­bly many peo­ple have their own tra­di­tion­al break­fasts. How­ev­er, in order to deter­mine the tra­di­tion­al break­fast of the pop­u­la­tion as a whole, it is nec­es­sary to be guid­ed by the pref­er­ences of the major­i­ty of cit­i­zens. Take a look at how break­fast looks like on the tables of 30 coun­tries around the world, and share your tra­di­tion­al break­fast in the com­ments on this col­lec­tion =).

Argenti­na: Dan­ish cream pas­tries.


Aus­tralia: Cold oat­meal, milk and toast.


Brazil: ham, cheese, bread, milk, cof­fee.


Cana­da: eggs, pota­toes, sausage, ham, pan­cakes.


Chile: Bread and cheese, yogurt and jel­ly or cere­al.

Chi­na: Dim.

Colom­bia: Milk, shal­lots and egg soup.

Cuba: Cuban bread is dipped in cof­fee.

Egypt: beans, chick­peas, hard-boiled egg, veg­eta­bles.

Eng­land: eggs, sausage, bacon, beans and mush­rooms.


Fin­land: sand­wich­es, cheese, cold cuts, cere­als.

France: crois­sants and cof­fee.

Ghana: Rice cooked with beans and spices.


Ger­many: sausages, sausages, cheese, bread.


India: black lentils and rice.

Italy: cap­puc­ci­no and bis­cuit.


Japan: miso soup, rice and pick­les.


Mex­i­co: rancheros, chori­zos, tor­tillas and cof­fee.


Mon­go­lia: Fat­ty, boiled lamb with rice.

Moroc­co: bread with jam, but­ter and cheese.


Nige­ria: mine mine, beans.


Pak­istan: bread with veg­eta­bles.


Peru: bread with but­ter, jam, cheese, ham, oat­meal.


Poland: bread, cold meat, eggs, cot­tage cheese.


Por­tu­gal: Stuffed crois­sants with jam or cheese, cof­fee.


Rus­sia: frit­ters, yeast pan­cakes and oat­meal.


Spain: cof­fee with milk, sweet rolls with jam, cheese.


Thai­land: pork heart, pig intestines, Chi­nese donuts.


Turkey: bread, cheese, but­ter, olives, eggs.


USA: eggs, pan­cakes, sausage, bacon, hash browns.

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