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Japanese people usually start their day with a meal that might be associated with lunch or dinner rather than breakfast. They often eat steamed white or brown rice accompanied by grilled or boiled fish. Children enjoy eating rice porridge called okayu. Japanese cuisine is pretty well-known for its plant-based dishes. A good example of a meatless breakfast is miso soup cooked with vegetables, seaweed and tofu. Fermented soya beans is yet another dish often served for breakfast in Japan.

People in Mexico can hardly imagine their breakfast without eggs. You can have eggs in salsa, eggs with chorizo sausage or Huevos Rancheros - corn tortillas with fried eggs. OK, but is that all? Of course not. Mexicans also have sweet bread, called pan dulce and they either drink hot chocolate, coffee or freshly squeezed juice. Bananas, pineapples, papayas, watermelons or mangoes are also willingly-eaten for breakfast in Mexico.

Breakfast in Iceland is mainly based on dairy products. Skyr is one of the most well-known elements of the morning meal. It is a type of yoghurt that is rich in vitamins, proteins and minerals. People enjoy having it with milk and berries. Oatmeal is another popular breakfast dish. It is called hafragrautur in Icelandic and it is also eaten with milk and a little bit of brown sugar. Additionally, kids in Iceland get lysi. This is a cod-liver oil which is an important source of omega-3 acids and vitamin D.

In this country
1.1. children drink fish oil that is beneficial for their health
1.2. tropical fruits are an important part of breakfast
1.3. people eat a lot of products made from milk
1.4. a lot of dishes don’t contain meat, but vegetables or fish © 2023 Wszystkie prawa zastrzeżone