Brazilian Breakfasts = LIGHT SIMPLE AND BASIC. <ul><li>Fruit and coffee are the two most important things that make up their breakfast. No matter where you live in Brazil, in the rainforest or on in the big cities, fruit is the main breakfast diet. Mangos, pineapples, grapes, apples, and melons the list goes on and on. </li></ul>
<ul><li> You would then have some homemade yogurt or toast with a fruity marmalade jam. You would then end with Brazil’s famous black coffee or fruit juices. </li></ul>
Flag of Ethiopia when the Italian's were in rule.
HOT HOT AND YES SOME MORE HOT!!!!!! <ul><li>Even though Africa’s climate is so warm, lots of countries including Ethiopia drink hot tea for breakfast. Even poor people who only have basic necessities still try to have the famous Ethiopian ginger breakfast tea. Another very popular food in Ethiopia is called Tom Brown Porridge. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Tom Brown porridge is very different then regular porridge that we westerners eat for breakfast because Tom Brown is made of mainly maize. Maize is a type of corn that they grown in Ethiopia and some regions of Africa. Fruit is also a very important and delicious breakfast item but is sometimes expensive and hard to find. The most popular fruit that all people in Ethiopia love is oranges. </li></ul>
The significance of the blue and the yellow in the Ukrainian flag is: The blue represents the Ukrainian sky and the yellow represents the tall wheat fields.
I Feel Sooooo Hungery <ul><li>A typical breakfast for a person in the Ukraine would vary from city to city. Lots of people eat the same food North American’s eat like cereal, toast, pancakes the list goes on and on. The two most popular things that most people have for breakfast is yogurt and hard boiled eggs. </li></ul>
<ul><li>One breakfast item that looks at tastes just like a hash brown is called deruny. It is made from potatoes just like hash browns but has lots of bits of onions inside. On special occasions like Easter and other holidays you would eat paska and babka. They are sweet Ukrainian bread that is braided. </li></ul>
Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner. WHY ALL SO SIMIAR!!!!???? <ul><li>Traditionally Korean breakfasts were just like any other meal of the day. You would always have to have rice and then maybe a side dish of fish or meat. To finish off you would have soup like kimchi. Kimchi is still eaten now but usually not for breakfast. If Kimchi is eaten for breakfast it would be Jigae kimchi with garlic, pork, cabbage and clams. </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>
<ul><li>Most people now are eating more western style breakfasts. A very popular fast breakfast that most people buy from street vendors is called gaeran tost-u. Gaeran tost-u is basically a toasted egg sandwich. Inside the sandwich you have onions, eggs, carrots, brown sugar and cabbage. </li></ul>
BIG MEAL EQUALS A FULL AND HAPPY TUMMY <ul><li> The Swedes biggest and most important meal of the day is breakfast. An average breakfast for a Swedish person would consist of 3 main things. First a smörgås which is an open faced sandwich. The open faced sandwich would usually contain hard boiled eggs, assorted cold cuts, cheese and cod roe caviar from a tube. </li></ul>
<ul><li>The second breakfast item would be cereal. You just wouldn’t have any kind of cereal you would have muesli which is a cereal like granola with oats, nuts and fruit. The third breakfast item would be a drink which is usually coffee, tea or juice. </li></ul>
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