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Petit déjeuner

Typically, breakfast in France is a rather light meal. In most French home, you’d be offered some French bread product, with a choice of jams, honey and butter, and a hot beverage such as coffee or tea.
If there are kids around, there may be cereals. Some adults eat them as well but it’s kind of a newer trend.
They don’t typically eat eggs, cold-cuts nor drink juices or eat fruits or cheese for breakfast in France.

Petit déjeuner

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