The Importance of Breakfast

I still remember back in the day in school (quite a while ago), our Biology teacher told us the breakfast was the most important meal of the day. It took me 10-15 years to realize it for myself. Now, the day hasn’t started yet until I had my cup of latte and a nice healthy breakfast!

Let’s see, what some of the Greatest people in history, such as Einstein, Edison, Jane Austen, Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela had for breakfast; and how we can help African children have their most important meal of the day too…

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

The Most Important Meals Of Their Lives is a recipe book created by charity Send A Cow to raise awareness of the importance of breakfast in helping children in the poorest parts of Africa achieve their true potential.

This cookery book gives you the recipes for the breakfast meals that some of the Greatest men and women in history have had. It will help you realize how important is to start the day with a full belly and would be good fun to teach your kids too. Available to download for free: http://www.sendacow.org.uk/mostimportantmeal

Here are just a few of the recipes you’ll find in the book:

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow: Fried Eggs and Honey, Albert Einstein - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow: Apple Dumplings, Thomas Edison - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow: Pound Cake, Tea, Toast and Cocoa, Jane Austen - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow: Chapatis with Clarified Butter and Chai, Mother Teresa - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

The Importance of Breakfast, Free Recipe eBook from Send A Cow: Umphokoqo, Nelson Mandela - The Blog of one Balgarka.co.uk

If you like the book and you’d like to help children from the poorest parts of Africa have their breakfast too, you can make a small donation of £2.50 to Break… Fast Appeal. The British government is matching all contributions they manage to get until 30th of June!

Got your interest? Now you can cook and enjoy at home the Mandela’s Umphokoqo, Rosa Parks’ Pancakes, Lincoln’s Kentucky corn cakes and Florence Nightingale’s Kedgeree! 🙂