(Daron Taylor, Jayne Orenstein, Dani Johnson/The Washington Post)
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What's for breakfast around the world
How does a typical US breakfast stack up nutritionally against other countries? The Post analyzed breakfasts from nine different countries to see how people from around the world start their days.
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