Koreans attach great importance to breakfast.They eat meat,soup and porridge for breakfast.
Traditionally, the Japanese eat boiled rice (gohan), miso soup, nori (seaweed), and cooked (smoked, roasted, fried, grilled) fish for breakfast. On the morning table, there are marinated and fresh vegetables, tofu cheese (soy cheese) and green tea.
Chinese pasta is also a common breakfast type. Rice, which is indispensable for Far Eastern countries, takes its place on these breakfast tables as porridge as well as bakery products. Rice porridge and pastries such as pickles and baozi are among the most consumed products for breakfast.
Americans, who enjoy a wide variety of breakfast such as bacon, eggs, cream cheese, donuts, pork sausage, fruit, eggs and waffles, start their day with filter coffee with breakfast.
For Russians, breakfast means caviar. Russians eat fish with plenty of calories to start the day. The most popular of these are caviar and lakerda. Besides, meat is not missing from their tables.