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For lunch or dinner, there are many types of food one would have. But for breakfast, I cannot think of more than three types:

  • Cheese, bread, tea
  • Honey or jam, butter, juice
  • fruit salad

It'd be nice to know what are types of breakfast one would serve in different cultures or countries.

Suffering from high cholesterol, cannot eat egg much.

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closed as not constructive by rumtscho, rfusca, mfg, BaffledCook, Aaronut Dec 21 '11 at 16:36

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Hey Explorer and welcome to our site. I think as the question stands right now its a bit more of a survey - which doesn't fit our site well. It may get closed as such. If you have a more specific question feel free to ask. – rfusca Dec 21 '11 at 1:36
Maybe try rephrasing. Would "Where can I get more information on the types of foods served by different cultures and countries?" be better? This is how I interpreted the question. – JSideris Dec 21 '11 at 1:59
Bacon, sausage, steak... Oatmeal, Grits, Malt-o-meal – Cos Callis Dec 21 '11 at 5:06
The most interesting breakfast I've ever had was freshly caught pike with spaghetti, in Russia. – Peter Taylor Dec 21 '11 at 9:37
In Scotland fried fish for breakfast. In USA fried potatoes, eggs, ham, sausages... – BaffledCook Dec 21 '11 at 12:26

There are many, many resources you can find on the types of foods served for breakfast by culture. Wikipedia has the best article I've seen on this topic: check it out!

Edit: previously the article was much longer, but it looks like a lot of the stuff has been moved out. Here is a premalink to an older version of that article:

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Cool, I'll read this article till the end :-) – BaffledCook Dec 21 '11 at 12:48

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