My Typical Asian Breakfast (China)

I almost always have breakfast that way. First in Thailand, now here in China. Mango, or some other fruit (usually a banana or dragon) and green tea with a cupcake. Sometimes Daria makes another charlotte in a slow cooker, then instead of a purchased cake with an incomprehensible composition. I just can't deny myself a portion of sweet in the morning. And I also associate tea with sweet. I tried to drink water instead of tea, or, conversely, empty tea without sweets, but does not roll.


Bannanas are small (and pot-bellied), well, delicious. Sweet and sour. It is a pity that these are not sold in supermarkets in Russia. More precisely, they can be found in some Auchan (but not a fact), but I definitely did not see them in ordinary stores.

In Moscow, the situation is similar, tea + casserole. Only there is a set for breakfast without fruits, because they are practically not there for me (only if apples are in season or cherries). In general, every time I notice that food in the tropics becomes noticeably better due to an increase in the amount of live food in the diet, I mean fruits / vegetables, although you can also eat grasshoppers, hehe. And in the mango season, and in general only mango is a nice thing to have breakfast.

By the way, before leaving Moscow for China, I discovered such a cool thing, how to take a thermo mug with you in the car in the morning. Yes, I don't go to work every morning, but on days when I need to go somewhere, and it's cold outside, it warms up very much in the first 15 minutes, and it also reduces the time for breakfast..

P.S. The Chinese themselves, as I understand it, have breakfast with unsweetened and watery rice porridge, noodles with some pickled vegetables and eggs, dumplings, etc. That is, lunch reminds me more than breakfast..