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The French love a quick and easy breakfast that consists of croissants and slices of bread. For drinks they love coffee or tea and children usually drink hot chocolate. Lunch is often a time of socialising and is known as the 1-hour mid day break but in some smaller towns where work is not as busy, lunch is known as the 2-hour break. It usually consists of sandwiches followed by a dessert. Dinner often consists of three courses: an entrée which is usually soup, a middle course which consists of salad and a cheese platter, and maybe fresh fruit or yoghurt and a final course which is often meat served with rice or pasta. For desert they eat crepes, soufflé, custard, chocolate and tarts. They also love their wine.
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