Rise and Shine: What kids all around the world eat for breakfast | Photographs by HANNAH WHITAKER | October 9, 2014

The first time Saki ate the fermented soybean dish called natto, she was 7 months old.

The first time Saki ate the fermented soybean dish called natto, she was 7 months old.

In São Paulo, Aricia’s pink sippy cup is full of chocolate milk, but her brother Hakim’s cup has coffee (café com leite). For many Brazilian parents, coffee for kids is a cultural tradition. See how kids around the world start their day

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/08/magazine/eaters-all-over.html?smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=geo&bicmp=AD&bicmlukp=WT.mc_id&bicmst=1409232722000&bicmet=1419773522000&_r=0

via The New York Times

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2 thoughts on “Rise and Shine: What kids all around the world eat for breakfast | Photographs by HANNAH WHITAKER | October 9, 2014

    1. Well said, h00237747bader. “We shouldn’t be idle and wait for someone else to voice what we already know for it to become important.” You spot on here. Thanks

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