Daring traveller documents 50 weirdest breakfasts from around the globe

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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many might feel it's the most mundane too.
    Britons might consider a pancake or croissant an adventurous alternative to their toast, cereal or a fry up, but one foodie blogger has gone far and wide to expand our horizons.
    Twenty-something travellerVictoria Philpotthas scoured the net to bring together her top 50 weird and wonderful breakfasts from around the world including soy-soaked tofu from Japan and reindeer meat from Alaska.
    Rosemary roasted potatoes with tofu scramble, lentils, vegetarian sausage and banana pepper toast from India made the list, as well as minty spicy fish with sweet and spicy pork from Thailand.
    Londoner Victoria also outlines vital differences in fry ups in England, Scotland and Ireland - namely that Scotland pairs its bacon and eggs with black pudding and haggis and the Irish are fans of white pudding and soda bread.

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    I like that the picture that claims to be haggis isn't.
     
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    I'm now very hungry.
     
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    What's weird to us is a delicacy to others. Food for thought from the Chef.
     
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    second that.. !
     
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    haha! also the Indian "tofu" scramble is not Tofu, its cottage cheese. we love our dairy products :)
     
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    Full English Breakfast always throws me a bit. It's the beans in the morning I guess. I was in the Air New Zealand lounge in Sydney and they were serving beans there at breakfast time. The thought of getting on a plane with a bunch of people that had just "gassed up" on beans was kind of mind boggling. :eek:
     
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