American Kids Eat Breakfasts from Around the World and Their Reactions Are Priceless

April 10, 2015 Updated: July 18, 2015

Getting kids to just eat vegetables is a chore in and of itself.  So, what happens when they try food from around the world?

“I just found a dead fish” is just one reaction, as seen in the video below:

As you might expect, the majority of kids who sample the foods react with disgust. They try common breakfasts like lox on toast from Finland, fermented Korean soup, as well as Vietnamese century eggs.

“It was gross,” said one child of the Korean soup, and referred to the aforementioned “dead fish.”

“I don’t think my friends would eat this for breakfast because their moms would say it would be too unhealthy,” added one of the kids in another take.

However, the foods shown in the video are probably better–at least health-wise–than what many American kids eat for breakfast nowadays (think Pop Tarts, Lucky Charms, etc.).

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