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What People Eat for Breakfast Around the World

The Daily Meal Logo By Matt Sulem of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 20: <p>Breakfast in <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/free-tagging-cuisine/argentina"><strong>Argentina</strong></a> is a no-frills affair. You’ll find locals typically eating one of two things: tostados (toast) or medialunas ("half-moons"), which are pastries similar to croissants but a smaller and sweeter. Of course, these are typically eaten with coffee. </p><p><a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/cook/expert-argentina-style-grilling-tips-chef-aar-n-s-nchez"><strong>Regardless of the meal, these grilling tips from chef Aarón Sánchez will help you bring a Buenos Aires-style barbecue to your own backyard.</strong></a></p>

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Have you ever stopped to think about how breakfast differs in other countries? Although grains and fruit make cameos in most regions, the exact meals can actually vary quite a bit — not just in the type of foods served, but also in the quantity. After all, breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day. Sure, we need to consume calories early to fuel the rest of our waking hours, but a large breakfast would probably put most of us to sleep before lunchtime. Here are 20 examples of typical breakfasts or common options from countries all around the world. How do they compare to your usual meal?

Breakfast in Argentina is a no-frills affair. You’ll find locals typically eating one of two things: tostados (toast) or medialunas ("half-moons"), which are pastries similar to croissants but a smaller and sweeter. Of course, these are typically eaten with coffee.

Regardless of the meal, these grilling tips from chef Aarón Sánchez will help you bring a Buenos Aires-style barbecue to your own backyard.

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