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5 Presidents Of The United States Are As Addicted To Coffee As Indonesians

rage – Breakfast is the main capital at the start of the day. Breakfast will help the body store energy for the day’s activities. Likewise with a myriad of state activities for the President of the United States.

Of course, in addition to coffee, the President of the United States eats the food that is commonly used for breakfast. This breakfast food menu will be different from Indonesians who usually eat rice uduk, chicken porridge and fried rice.

In the United States, breakfast menus typically do not rely heavily on carbohydrates from rice.

But when it comes to coffee, it turns out that both Indonesians and Americans love it. Some presidents of the United States are also used to opening the day with coffee, as quoted from

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1. William McKinley (1897–1901)

William McKinley has always been known to make time for breakfast with his family. His wife, Ida McKinley, is said to have a great appetite to match her husband.

According to The Presidents Cookbook by Poppy Cannon and Patricia Brooks, the two often eat “army portions” for breakfast.

Coffee is definitely one of the main menus. In addition, there is bound to be hot bread, potatoes, steak or bacon, fruit, coffee, and sometimes fish.

2. Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909)

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Theodore Roosevelt is known as America’s most coffee-loving president. While the previous president only drank a cup or two of coffee during his busy work day, not the 26th President of the United States.

He is famous for enjoying a large amount of coffee, starting with breakfast and continuing throughout the day. It is said that Teddy’s obsession with coffee began in his childhood when he was given a cup of strong coffee and a cigar to help relieve his asthma.

3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933–1945)

Roosevelt always had a regular habit of having breakfast. Like his cousin Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin was also a fan of coffee, which became a huge family habit.

Franklin’s wife, Eleanor Roosevelt, always poured half coffee and half hot milk into a large cup for her husband. Franklin usually had breakfast in his room with French roasted coffee made from green coffee beans.

4. Herbert Hoover (1929-1933)

Herbert Hoover would exercise at 6 a.m., often discussing national affairs with cabinet members. Then have breakfast at 8 in the morning. When times are favorable and the weather is nice, Lou Henry Hoover, the 31st US President and First Lady, enjoys a breakfast of fruit, toast, and coffee under a magnolia tree.

5. Richard Nixon (1969–1974)

Richard Nixon is said to almost always eat the same breakfast menu every day. Namely, fresh orange juice, half a grapefruit, cold cereal and skim milk, and coffee. Sometimes his wife also goes with him for coffee.

There are similarities between the breakfast habits of the President of the United States and the people of Indonesia. Happy Coffee.

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