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Jentaculum cibus (Breakfast Foods)
Click on the links below to go to the Flickr page for each photograph.
|Flickr||Hic est ovii. This is eggs|
|Flickr||hic est recens panis. This is fresh bread.|
|Flickr||hic est vetus latis. This is old milk.|
|Flickr||hic est bonus fructus. This is good fruit juice.|
|Flickr||haec est laridum. This is bacon.|
|Flickr||Hic est frigus spiceus. This is cold cereal.|
|Flickr||haec est bromos. This is oats.|
|Flickr||hic est adtrivi corn. This is grinded corn.|
|Flickr||Hic est foeteo caesum. This is stinky cheese|
|Flickr||Hic est salis butyron. This is salt butter.|
|Flickr||Hic est moribundus piscis. This is a dying fish.|
|Flickr||haec est vafli. These are waffles.|