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What Kids Eat for Lunches around the World (27 pics)

Posted in Lifestyle » Food   25 Apr 2014   / 13227 views

Country: China

Contents: A fish, scrambled egg with tomato sauce, rice, spinach, cauliflower, and soup

Country: Buchach, Ukraine

Contents: Soup, macaroni, pickle, bread, sliced hot dog

Country: USA

Contents: Cheeseburger, french fries, salad, milk, apple, peaches

Country: France

Contents: Baguette, salad, couscous, mixed veggies in sauce, meat.

Country: South Korea

Contents: Mixed grains and rice, stinky bean stew, mixed and fried chicken and vegetables, simmered seaweed a.k.a. steamed green beans, and cabbage kimchi.

Country: Czech Republic (Prague) 

Contents: Soup, rice, chicken, dessert (is that egg on top?), juice and hot tea.

Country: Singapore

Contents: Fried anchovies, omelette, cabbage stir-fry with tomato and beansprouts, and chicken chop.

Country: UK

Contents: Potato, peas, some sort of pudding, and your guess is as good as mine on the last item.

Country: Japan

Contents: Tofu hamburger with pasta, fishcake, fried potato with ketchup, some kind of potato salad, wiener, and mikan (tangerine).

Country: Honduras

Contents: Rice porridge

Country: Slovakia

Contents: Smoked mackerel, bread, red pepper and tomato salad, kiwi, apple, and a milk cake.

Country: Malaysia

Contents: Noodle, prawn, fish-cake, eggs, a packet of vegatable and fruit juice, and an apple.

Country: Taiwan

Contents: On the left: sweet and sour pork with pineapple, radish, carrots and green pepper, middle: vegetable stir fry with garlic, on the right: fish ball stew with cabbage, carrots and wood ear mushroom, and soup: seaweed and egg drop.

Country: Sweden

Contents: Chicken salad, cottage cheese on knäckebröd, shredded carrot, sauce.

Country: Philippines

Contents: Lechón kawali, liver sauce, rice

Country: Tanzania

Contents: Ugali, chicken, greens, dipping sauce, watermelon salad.

Country: Haiti

Contents: Brown rice and beans.

Country: Brazil

Contents: Rice, Beans, Bread, Meat with vegetables, banana and alface, acelga salad

Country: India

Contents: Rice, sauce, lady’s finger curry with some Masala.

Country: Malawi

Contents: Beans, assorted vegetables, cabbage

Country: Sweden

Contents: Potatoes, cabbage, beans, cracker, Lingon Berry juice

Country: Thailand

Contents: It is white rice, chicken, green beans and a fried egg.

Country: USA

Contents: Beef and Cheese Enchiladas, Spanish Rice, beans a la charra, strawberries, skim milk!

Country: Buchach, Ukraine (primary and secondary school)

Contents: Soup with potatoes, buckwheat, cutleta (sausage patty), and a pickle.

Country: Japan

Contents: Rice w/konbu (a sweet seaweed), nikkujagga (beef with veggies), omelette, sausage, potato puff, and apple.

Country: South Korea

Contents: Kimchi, pork, bean paste sauce (sammjang), steamed cabbage, soup

Country: Japan

Contents:Udon, cheese-stuffed chikuwa (fish sausage), frozen Mandarin orange, and milk.

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Comments (9):

We do not eat "couscous" in France, I mean, it is not our typical lunch! lol
Poland, obstetric ward, Dinner

usuuck 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
tepa pizdo naucz sie czytac, tu sa obiady w szkolach, a ty wrzucasz link do zarcia w szpitalu.
killerkraft 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Go for it USA. Every country feeds their children, you give them cheeseburgers, ahahah
Oksana 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
English is my third language, but, for God's sake, that is not a "hot dog" in No.2, it's a sliced cooked sausage!
izzimyfizzi 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Or Fritz, in Australia.

evr4evr 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Nr.6 its not egg on dessert, looks more like half canned peach to me.
danq8521 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I Eat Shit
izzimyfizzi 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#8 how can you do a series on what people eat from different countries, if you can't even work out what the poms eat?!
That's cauliflower cheese, and the dessert is custard with probably suet pudding.

Australian kids lunch= meat pie and a donut with an iced coffee or coke.