World's Strangest Breakfasts

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Courtesy of Chiara Canali

They may sound strange to you, but these breakfast menu items are part of the local flavor.

Scotland:Haggis

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Who’s up for oatmeal for breakfast? Plenty of Scots—although oatmeal is often just the beginning. They’ll add onion, suet, and various spices to the dry mix. Oh, and don’t forget the minced sheep heart, liver, and lungs. Simmer all those ingredients for a few hours in water or stock, wrap everything up in a casing (or sheep’s stomach, if it’s super traditional), and you’ve got yourself some haggis.

World's Strangest Breakfasts

Scotland:Haggis

Who’s up for oatmeal for breakfast? Plenty of Scots—although oatmeal is often just the beginning. They’ll add onion, suet, and various spices to the dry mix. Oh, and don’t forget the minced sheep heart, liver, and lungs. Simmer all those ingredients for a few hours in water or stock, wrap everything up in a casing (or sheep’s stomach, if it’s super traditional), and you’ve got yourself some haggis.

Courtesy of Chiara Canali
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