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The full English breakfast is a centuries old British breakfast tradition dating back to the early 1300’s, to this day the English breakfast is hugely popular and you can usually find an English breakfast wherever you find British people, we like to take the tradition with us wherever we go.The English breakfast began with the gentry and evolved with the Victorians, who refined the tradition and standardised the ingredients to create a truly a national dish, one that is hugely popular to this day and regularly enjoyed by millions of English breakfast lovers from all over the world.

A full breakfast is a breakfast meal, usually including bacon, sausages, eggs, and a variety of other cooked foods, with a beverage such as coffee or tea which originated in England, United Kingdom. It is especially popular in the UK and Ireland, to the extent that many cafés and pubs offer the meal at any time of day as an “all-day breakfast”. It is also popular in other English-speaking countries, particularly countries that were a part of the British Empire. A long established meal in British culture, just under a fifth of British travellers eat a full English breakfast while on holiday overseas.The ingredients of a full breakfast vary according to region and taste.They are often served with condiments such as brown sauce or ketchup.

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