Oslo breakfast A breakfast requiring no preparation, introduced in Oslo, Norway, in 1929 for schoolchildren before classes started. It consisted of rye‐biscuit, brown bread, butter or vitaminized margarine, whey cheese, and cod liver oil paste, ⅓ litre of milk, raw carrot, apple, and half an orange.
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