In the award-winning young adult novel The Fault In Our Stars, John Green’s Hazel describes the frustration of having breakfast for dinner. Don’t get me wrong, I love pancakes for dinner – but that’s Hazel’s point, too. These aren’t breakfast foods; they’re just foods that we commonly eat at breakfast. No meal discrimination! It’s not only the sheer amount of food that changes around the world, but also what people eat. What’s lunch in one culture is breakfast in another. Get familiar with the world, broaden your horizons. Maybe have a bowl of soup like they do in Vietnam. See the world’s breakfasts in the clip below.