Oslo Breakfast

Oslo Breakfast

The Oslo Breakfast was a meal that began to be served to Norwegian schoolchildren starting in 1932. A typical version included an orange, milk, whole-wheat bread, rye biscuit, cheese, carrot, and a spoon of cod-liver oil. It reportedly increased the average height of 14-year-olds by 4 inches.

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