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It is actually one of the best balanced and nutritious meals you can find in this land. Don't believe the miseries who like to decry a Full English Breakfast as heart-attack time. You'll live longer and you'll work better and not crave a biscuit at eleven.

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2007-07-16 by andrew lowe watson from Norwich Norfolk


Full English Breakfast

The full English breakfast means a lot to me. The most interesting thing is the variety of food it offers - I love it.

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2007-06-27 by Gwendolyn from colfax


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You can't beat it. On holiday recently I had decided I was only going to eat the local dishes. On day 5, I got up and had to have a full breakfast. It took me 2 hours to find somewhere that sold one. It was the only time I gave in and had to eat something from home!

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-11-10 by Danny from Southport England


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One of the best places to get a full English breakfast is at West Smithfield meat market. Once the workers there have finished their shift they decamp to the pubs (which open at around 0600) and have a full English fry-up with a pint of good beer. If I have an early meeting in London in that area I will often indulge in this treat.

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-08-13 by Richard English from Partridge Green, West Sussex


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I prefer the veggy equivelent which I love to cook myself: Veggy sausages, Redwood veggy bacon, potato waffles, mushrooms, baked beans and fake scramble egg made of scrambled tofu and vegan mayo! Fantastic, high in carbohydrates, iron and protein and sends your cholestral count plumetting!

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-06-05 by Roger Swaine from Derby


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My wife and I - she's German - celebrate special occasions such as birthdays, weddding anniversaries, visitors from abroad with a Sunday morning full English breakfast. We lived for four years in Yemen where bacon and pork saussages were a rare treat brought in by friends. Did we celebrate their arrival. Full English brakfast with selected guests and a bottle of bubbly. Fantastic!

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-04-28 by Steve Hurley from Agadir, Morocco


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The staple diet of the hungover and lorry drivers up and down the country. This is recognised the world over as the better alternative to the continental and I don't care what anyone says, everybody loves one.

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-04-27 by Chris from Bristol


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Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-02-17 by alex from bournemouth


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'The Full English' a true National Hero

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-02-16 by c.haysom from bournemouth


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Because everyone who eats one feel that they are indeed in England. It is a pleasure to cook, serve and eat and sustains you through the day.

Comment on Full English Breakfast posted 2006-02-16 by Matthew Gable from Herts


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