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Gold Medal Hockey Game Breakfast: What Canadians Ate Watching Canada vs. Sweden Olympic Final

02/23/2014 09:50 EST | Updated 02/23/2014 10:59 EST

Breakfast of champions. That's what Canadians ate across the country this morning.

Well, some drank theirs. As millions of citizens tuned into the Canada vs. Sweden Olympic gold medal hockey game in the wee early hours of the morning, they were busy fueling their patriotism and support for our winning team (Canada sweeped 3-0 in case you're just waking up) with some very Canadian items:

The question in many minds, although the answer was clear for many:

But coffee did have its fans, and how can you have coffee sans doughnuts? One N.L. family went for gold:

gold medal game breakfast

Thankfully, the Timmy's omen for this fan was wrong. Did he roll up the second time?

Couldn't get more Canadian than bacon and Montreal bagels for one Toronto-area family:

bacon bagels

A HuffPost friend and former colleague went for a savoury classic Caesar:

Our B.C. editor Jesse Ferreras was up extra early for some fluffy fuel:

Some opted for some international flavour (Budweiser?! Not Canadian!):

And this was definitely the motto of many across the country:

So, what did you eat for breakfast this morning?

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