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For me, this is the most important meal of the day. I usually have a cup of coffee (essential to start the day) and a bowl of maybe fruit with some muesli, or just fruit and fromage blanc or yogurt, and when I'm at home I usually have a teaspoon or so of chia seeds sprinkled over the fruit.
Here in France I see that lots of people take a coffee and a croissant or pain au chocolate, or maybe just bread (bagette). I am not sure that many Brits still adhere to the English breakfast of bacons, fried eggs, tomato, beans, mushrooms and toast (at least not every day), but as a Sunday treat....
What do you have for breakfast? Do you take breakfast at all?
And do you eat like the French, maybe a croissant or pain au chocolat - something light or a big breakfast?
I found this story hilarious. 'What’s in a name: France’s fight over chocolate pastry.' It seems that there is a big row as to the name used for what most of us know of as a pain au chocolate. In the southwest of France however, it is referred to as a ‘chocolatine’ in south-west France, and is now at the heart of a parliamentary debate.