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My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
My 5 Breakfasts around the world
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  • 1. My 5 Breakfasts around the world South Korea Egypt France Chile   Malaysia By Hayley Toderian
  • 2. South Korea
  • 3. South Korea
    • in Korea, their breakfast is rice, soup or a lot of kinds of Namul* or seasoned vegetables, Kimchi** and grilled meat/fish.       
  • 4. Namul*- seasoned vegetable dish and vegetable, herb, or green can be used, and the dish include roots, leaves, stems, seeds, sprouts, petals, and fruits.
  • 5. **Kimchin- vegetables with varied seasonings. Its most common manifestation is the spicy cabbage
  • 6. Egypt
  • 7. Egypt
    • In Egypt the traditional breakfast is ful medames* slow cooked fava beans (sometimes with lentils) dressed in olive oil, lemon juice and garlic.
  • 8. * ful medames- brown fava beans, partially or completely mashed, which are slow-cooked and served with olive oil, chopped parsley, onion, garlic, and lemon juice
  • 9. France
  • 10. France
    •   A typical domestic French breakfast will consist cups of coffee, often café au lait or hot chocolate regularly served in big bowls, accompanied by a glass of orange/ grapefruit juice. The main food consists of sweet products such as slices of baguette with butter, jam or chocolate paste. Croissants* , pains au chocolat (chocolate)  and pains aux raisins(raisins) are also traditional. Other products such as breakfast cereals, fruit compote, fromage (cheese)Blanc and yogurt are becoming increasingly common as part of the meal.
  • 11. Croissant*- is a buttery, flakey bread and named distinctive crescent shape
  • 12. Chile
  • 13. Chile
    • A Chilean breakfast is a light meal consisting of milk, coffee/ tea and two types of bread, called marraqueta* and hallulla** which are accompanied by jam, dulce de leche***, butter, cheese, eggs, avocado or jelly.
  • 14. marraqueta*- also called pan francés [french bread ] and pan batido [ shaken bread ]) is a Chilean bread made with flour, salt, water and leaving.
  • 15. hallulla**- is a popular bread in Chile. The hallulla is a flat round bread baked with butter and is used for Chilean aliados (cheese and ham sandwich).
  • 16. dulce de leche- is a milk-based sauce. Found as both a syrup and a caramel candy
  • 17. Malaysia
  • 18. Malaysia
    • In Malaysia, breakfast sometimes consists of a popular Malay food called nasi lemak . Other food such as roti prata* , kaya toast, half boiled eggs and wonton noodles are also among the favorites. In the Malaysian's East Coast, glutinous rice is eaten as breakfast.
  • 19.
    • Roti Prata* -a  pancake bread made of dough composed of fat, egg, flour and water
  • 20. BY: Hayley Toderian

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