Post a typical breakfast from your country
I usually go for a cream cheese bagel and black coffee
Stomach cancer and lung cancer, usually. Sometimes a chocolate.
only the coffee though, for the past 2 months :^)
I was about to post this too
What do you guys smoke?
Its organic :^)
i-is that black filter coffee?
I puked a little
Stop culturally appropriating the Balkans, damn nazi kraut reeeeeeeeeee
used to smoke Drum and Golden Virginia rolling tobacco, but I stopped 2 months ago
Felt like breaking up with a long term gf
>the anglo abandoned supreme coffee culture
>he is now angry
>it's not even suprising, seeing as how he's a criminal spawn
That's Australian.. They put those colored sugar pellets (hundreds and thousands?) on bread. Hagelslag is usually chocolate.. Vlokken are masterrace though.
I usually just have coffee and a cigarette. Maybe some fruit.
Had oatmeal and applesauce for breakfast for more than 20 years now
Do you boil the oats? Do you soak them the night before and put them in the fridge?
Because if you just take them out of the pack and eat them within minutes like that, you are fucking your stomach up.
>that glorious feel when at the crossroads of viennese, italian and turkish coffee culture and the mad prisoner doesn't even know
>Do you soak them the night before
Only try-hards do this. We have "oatmeal championships" were people have taken the soaking to perfection.
I use the oats straight from the bag and boil them on full power right away. Takes 5 minutes from the moment I open my cupboard to the oatmeal being finished.
Also I've never had stomach issues in all my life, unless there is a cancer a brewin' or whatever you meant
I meant no soak, no boiling.
People on /fit/ advertise just straight from the package into the bowl, pour milk and eat right away, cold and unsoaked.
The end result is horrible farts, burps and ulcers.
if you boil them for a moment to get them all mushy that also soaks them up so they dont expand inside you too much, and you dont get filled with gas or rough sharp pieces.
My personal chart.
1. Porridge (oatmeal = millet > buckwheat).
3. French toasts (sweet > salty).
>applesauce in the porridge
Absofuckinglutely disgusting. Use lingonsylt or cinnamon and sugar like a regular human being.
ik vind het gewoon een lekkere combinatie oetz. Misschien moet ik deze eens op brood doen.
I will allow raisins and possibly blueberries in a pinch, but that's as far as I'm willing to go.
>Apples dont contain sugar, applesauce especially doesn't
This bread + cheese and earl gray tea or some yoghurt.
eggs with sucuk(a type of sausage), olives, cheese, some pastry(often simit or borek) and tea
and you then you finish with some coffee
weekend breakfasts are often far larger though
Making me hungry. Can't wait to wake up in a few hours and have some.
pork is sold in supermarkets, but i like pastrami more
here is a picture of some kaymak, it is a creamy dairy product that you eat alongside with bread and honey during breakfasts or it is served alongside deserts
I think the mistake people make is putting too much on the first time they try it. Its definitely a unique taste. It grew on me fast though, I put as much on as you guys do.
Sucks that pretty much the only way to get it is amazon. Its like 7$ for that small jar.
today i had toast with fish roe and some boiled eggs and 1/4 of a melon :DD
coffee goes with out saying ;)
post porridge to kill the disgusting american
kaymak is made out of milk fat that is simmered down over a long time, even though we call the creamy skin on yogurt kaymak as well
katik is fermented milk
they both come from steppe turkics if i am not mistaken
>Hatred towards top healthy food
>Hover over the flag
Vegemite Toast and a Chocolate Milo is the most typical Australian Breakfast there is, I probably have it about 60% of the time although I usually have my toast in a sandwich toaster and with cheese
These + strong tea, b/c I'm poor. If I'm at college I'll have a normal breakfast because I've a meal subsidy card but otherwise it's 2pricey4me
>not smoking the superior periques
Way too fucking sweet imo.. Why are American peanutbutter products often sweetened? Peanutbutter is supposed to be savory..
I sometimes have peanutbutter+cucumber sandwiches for breakfast.
>pic (from internet)
Sandwich with unsweetened peanutbutter, cucumber and a little sambal (indonesian chili paste)..
Cucumber+Chili and Peanut is a common combination in Indonesian cuisine, probably why it caught on here. Based on this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gado-gado
I don't like the way vapes taste.. They're either very fake fruity chemical flavors, or bitter-ish tobacco.
I haven't had a single natural/organic tobacco-tasting one.
DO YOU FUCKINF VAPE BRO? I FUCKING VAPE BRO
I GOT STRAWBERRY KIWI THUNDERFUCK FLAVOR BRO ITS FUCKINF AMAZING
YOU TALKING SHIT ABOUT VAPERS BRO? CUZ VAPING IS LIFE IF I HEAR YOU TALKING SHIT ABOUT VAPERS ILL FUCKING THROW DOWN BRO
this is normal here, in upstate NY and I know canadians eat similar breakfasts as my wife is canadian and we met at a lumber job up north
usually we'd have a side of bacon/sausage or coffee
I eat porridge literally every weekday if I can.
You guys just have to makes memes and projecting out of everything
>Are porridge and oatmeal the same thing?
I believe that oatmeal is a porridge, but not all porridge is oatmeal.. You also have semolina porridge and fuck knows how many other kinds of porridge.
>Tfw only recognize egg in that dish
I have the same breakfast almost every morning
-3 egg whites
-1 slice peanutbutter toast
-3 strips bacon
-Piece of fruit
-Water or Orange Juice
-Energy drink on my way to work
On a weekend I sometimes change it up with something like flapjacks or biscuits & gravy.
Taylor ham, egg, and cheese sandwich with orange juice or coffee
Bacon, eggs, toast, and a fruit is a standard breakfast Tbh
But I am a big guy
Flapjacks, waffles, and French toast, etc., with syrup are also normal breakfast items here.
>golden syrup seems too sugary for the morning.
Americans unironically eat waffles, pancakes or donuts for breakfast.. They don't often think things are too sweet. I enjoy sugary cereals and even chocolate on toast for breakfast, and I thought most American breakfast foods were way too sweet...
>he doesn't leave his nacho chips in the nacho cheese for five minutes when he's at the theater so it can soak through and have that nice chewy taste
Never had what that mexican posted, but I can see the appeal.
I know but it tastes bretty good when it's nice and warm.
Not typical at all, but it's my favourite breakfast/evening meal.
I don't eat exactly those things, but it's more or less the generic Brazilian breakfast - coffee, bread, butter, cheese, ham and some kind of fruit.
I rather crusty bread as well. Ok, you win, that one wasn't that good.
>2/3 of Brazil call that kind of bread 'pão francês' (french bread), while the other 1/3 (southeners, mostly) call it 'pão de trigo' (wheat bread)