13 School Lunches from Around the World
Many of you might not have gotten the memo, but this week is National School Lunch Week. In the United States the word “cafeteria” might conjure up visions of mystery meat, tater tots, and cartons of chocolate milk, school lunches around the world are drastically different than what we are used to. Here’s a list of 13 different types of lunches around the world.
We want to know where the Swedish meatballs are! And in lieu of that, the hot swedish women spoon feeding you whatever that gruel is while they whisper sexily in your ear where to find the secret buried Nazi gold.
Tofu, rice, and other Asian staples round out this Korean lunch.
Everyone gets the same amount in this cafeteria.
With a well-balanced meal plan like this, no wonder the country produces hotties like Gisele Bundchen!
Beans are a staple in this third-world country
Chilean children get a well-balanced and healthy meal with some yummy fries through in.
Veggies are a staple in Kenyan school lunches.
Students in Malawi get rice and beans in their cafeteria.
Maybe childhood obesity would go down in the States if we learned portion control tips from the Japanese.
Curry and rice and everything nice – that’s what school lunches in India are made of.
French cuisine isn’t just for fancy restaurants, they really know how to turn lunch time into a five-star affair. Mussels, fries, a full artichoke, and a slice of cheesecake make many of the other lunches pale in comparison.
Coleslaw in Lithuania doesn’t look quite as scary as the stuff the lunch lady serves up here!
Would you like a side of fish with your rice?
What is the best and grossest school lunch you’ve ever had? Let us know in the comments.