What Does the World Eat for Breakfast?

Hi, everyone!!!! 😀

How are you doing?

This is such an interesting video showing what people eat for breakfast in several countries! It’s extraordinary!!!

You can’t miss it!

Now tell me a little about you: what is your favorite breakfast style?

Leave your comments, please!

20 thoughts on “What Does the World Eat for Breakfast?

  1. Maria Clara says:

    Hello teacher!My favorite breakfast is Austrália…. 😊
    I love cereal! 😃
    And you? What does the world eat for breakfast? ✌ Kisses! 😘😘

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hey, dear! Thanks for your comment!
      The world eats so many things for breakfast, huh?
      I love cereal, yogurt, milk, bread, cheese and coffee. (Not all of them every day) Hahaha!
      See you!
      Kisses! :*


  2. Juliana says:

    Hi teacher!
    Interesting video and my favorite breakfast is the brazilian, but I eat little because I’m not very hungry in the morning, only bread with butter and coffee with milk. I make a snack late .


    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hi, dear! Thanks and congratulations on your answer!
      I feel happy to know you liked the video. I enjoy the Brazilian one too but I would love to try new types of breakfast. I am curious about new foods!
      I also eat a small breakfast! 🙂
      See you! Bye!


  3. Filipe Nolasco says:

    Hi teacher, This video is very interesting!!! There are endless possibilities for breakfast. I prefer the breakfast in Brazil, bread, cheese, coffee, fruits and cereals. I don’t live without these foods!!! Bye!

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  4. Cristina Oliveira says:

    Geez … I love eating, but I can’t eat that much in the morning … rs
    For me the breakfast it the UK it is exaggerated, but I get it…
    People who live in there, they spend the whole day working they don’t have a proper lunch like we do…
    But, it’s to much hehehe
    This culture thing is always fascinating !

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hi, dear!
      Actually, I cannot eat that much either!
      However, it’s pretty interesting to remember that each culture has its particularities. Having a short lunch is a fair reason for eating a big breakfast indeed rsrsrs!
      I also love learning more about behaviors and culture from all around!
      Bye and enjoy your afternoon!


  5. Clara Gomes says:

    Hey teacher!! I just chose this video because, you know, I’m a food lover :DD
    It’s very interesting how breakfast can be different around the world. I don’t think I could have a soup or rice just in the morning haha
    When I was abroad I realized how brazilian food is perfect! I really missed our ”requeijão” and even more our ”quejo frescal”. But I have to admit something: German bread is the best of the world! They have a lot of kinds and the price is very good.
    You can post more thing about food haha
    Bye s2

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hi, dear! What’s up?
      I do know how you are a food admirer. Actually, an excellent cook too! 😉
      Sweetie, cultural aspects are really fascinating. Imagine yourself having raw fish or scrambled eggs+bacon every single morning! I’m not sure I’d be able to stand it!
      You mentioned something interesting. When I lived in Mato Grosso do Sul (faaaar away from here, even not being abroad), I missed food from Minas Gerais too. Surprisingly, I got enchanted by their manioc and Maracaju sausage (homemade). Like German bread for you, I’ve never tasted anything like their food then! Interesting, huh?
      I’m gonna try my best! rsrsrs
      Bye and thanks for your contributions!


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