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I just have this weird habit.
So is this normal?
do you at least cook it?
Yes I do.
A standard Thai breakfast food is rice soup with anchovies!
I am gonna try that one day.
I think it's quite unusual in America and the UK, but in most other places it's pretty normal.
I drink a pepsi and smoke a cigarette for breakfast.
At least you are eating actual food.
I eat dried fish like they’re chips so I don’t find this odd at all
Fish is an excellent source of protein in the morning.
I often eat red salmon as part of my breakfast ( I have a favorite breakfast of red salmon and whole oats ).
Good for you,
I had smoked salmon for breakfast this morning
Lox on a bagel is pretty normal for breakfast.
I have never tried that.
Maybe one day instead of eating raw fish I could try it.
Eating raw fish is dodgy because there has been drastic increase in the number of cases of people being found to be carrying Anisakis, a parasitic worm, that they've picked up by eating raw or under-cooked fish.
I see what you mean Mr.Boojum .
Who said that your first meal of the day has to be eggs and pancakes? Your first meal can be anything you want. I have had pancakes and even cold cereal for dinner before. Mostly because that is what I felt like eating at the time. I often have cold pizza and a pepsi for breakfast. That IS the breakfast of champions.
Salmon and eggs with a lil salsa is a good breakfast to me.
Breakfast isn’t normal
Salmon on bagels with cream cheese is delicious breakfast.
In Victorian and Edwardian times, kippers - smoked herring - were a very common part of breakfast, either on their own, with toast, scrambled eggs or all three. That's considered very old fashioned now, but I wouldn't be surprised if some people do start their day with some very pungent, oily fish.
Kedgeree was a common breakfast in Britain during the Victorian period. It's rice with flakes of smoked haddock, sliced hard-boiled egg, parsley, butter, curry powder, cream and possibly raisins. Again, it's very unusual to have that for breakfast these days, and it's more a lunch or dinner thing now.
I think OP already knows it's kind of odd nowadays, coz I see fish dishes served starting from the lunch hours through dinner all the time.
I usually have bacon, eggs, and oatmeal with real grade B maple syrup.
You can really eat whatever you want for breakfast. I've had leftovers from lunch and dinner for breakfast, as well as other non-traditionally breakfast foods, before on multiple occasions.
This one time I had a full box of The Laughing Cow cheese, this other time i had a bunch of pickles wrapped in ham.
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