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Thread: American kids eating breakfast foods from around the world.

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    American kids eating breakfast foods from around the world.

    Kids reactions to breakfasts from around the world. Priceless!!!


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    That was adorable.
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    It was adorable....but I probably would have the same reaction! Netherlands looked interesting... We sure are spoiled aren't we?!?

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    It is all to what is normal for each country. I can guarantee an American breakfast is just as awful to some other countries. At least these children were willing to taste the items; I'm not sure I would on some of them.
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    Reactions were very cute. I like a normal American type breakfast, my absolute favorite meal of the day. I will not try many new foods at all.
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    When you think about it, many now common breakfast items here were originally "foreign" -
    Belgian waffles, breakfast tacos or burritos, grits (if you're not southern), etc.

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