"In France, breakfast revolves around butter. The most common breakfast is a fresh baked baguette, salted butter, marmalade, a glass of orange juice and an Americano or Lungo coffee,” Sandra Lorenzo tells us.
"Don’t worry, I didn’t forget the croissants! We usually eat these on Saturday and Sunday because we do not have time to go to the bakery every morning before work. If possible, we prefer fresh orange juice.
“We would eat a croissant during the week if, for example, we're running late to work. Many eat cereal with milk. According to a recent survey, 1 in 5 French people do not eat breakfast at all."
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