Breakfast is considered（以为） a very important meal, and is essential （[ɪˈsenʃl]需要的，极主要的）to having a good start to the day. In fact, once a year there is a weekly campaign（[kæmˈpeɪn]运动） called “Think Breakfast” to encourage（激励） people to eat better breakfast! A traditional（传统的） English breakfast includes sausages（腊肠）, bacon, fried eggs, mushrooms, baked beans, fried tomatoes, and toast with butter. However, these days most people don’t eat a traditional breakfast every day, or even at all. This is because it is very unhealthy, and many people don’t have time to cook. These days, most people eat a bowl of cereal with milk, or have a slice of toast with butter. In fact, in the UK the average（均匀） person eats about 6 kilos of cereal every year – this is much more than most European countries. In the winter many people eat a hot cereal called “porridge（麦片粥）”, which is made from oats. This is especially popular in Scotland.