# Model Program For Food Orders - Too many 'break' statements

I made a program which simulates taking an order for 3 meals and a dessert. It's like those packaged food companies you see on Instagram. It asks for a name, and then goes on to ask what they want for each mealtime and stores their orders in a dictionary. I defined two functions, they help out a lot and make it much easier. You can also only choose from the respected menu for each mealtime; you can't choose from the dessert menu for breakfast. I think I have two many break statements, I think the program gets too complicated towards the end. How can clean the program up?

def show_menu(meals, meal_time):
"""Print each element in the list."""
print(f"\n{meal_time.title()}:")
for meal in meals:
print(f"\t-{meal.title()}")

"""Takes orders for each meal and stores it in a dictionary."""
while True:
breakfast = input(breakfast_prompt)
breakfast = breakfast.lower()
if breakfast not in menu:
continue
else:
user_meals['breakfast'] = breakfast
break

lunch = input(lunch_prompt)
lunch = lunch.lower()
if lunch not in menu:
continue
else:
user_meals['lunch'] = lunch
break

dinner = input(dinner_prompt)
dinner = dinner.lower()
if dinner not in menu:
continue
else:
user_meals['dinner'] = dinner
break
dessert = input(dessert_prompt)
dessert = dessert.lower()
if dessert not in menu:
continue
else:
user_meals['dessert'] = dessert
break

user_meals = {}

# Menus from which the user can choose meals from.
breakfast_menu = ['omelet', 'cheese platter', 'ham sandwich']
lunch_menu = ['steak', 'chicken breast', 'fish and chips', 'tacos']
dinner_menu = ['lasagna', 'pizza', 'salad', 'cod fish']
dessert_menu = ['chocolate cake', 'ice cream', 'chocolate mousse']

# All prompts that will be used.
name_prompt = "\nWhat's your name? "
breakfast_prompt = "\nWhat would you like for breakfast? "
lunch_prompt = "\nWhat about for lunch? "
dinner_prompt = "\nHow about for dinner? "
dessert_prompt = "\nAnything sweet perhaps for dessert? "
read_back_prompt = "\n\nWould you like for me to read back your meals? (yes/no) "
evaluate_prompt = "\nDid I get everything? (yes/no) "
confirm_prompt = "\nPlease enter 'confirm' to proceed or 'decline' to quit: "

print("Welcome to MealPlanner!")

while True:

name = input(name_prompt)

# Show the user the menus
print("\nHere is what we are offering for todays meals:")

while True:
# Ask the user for his meal choices for each mealtime.

# Reads back the order if the user asked for it.
if read_back.lower() == 'yes':
print(f"\nFor breakfast you ordered a tasty plate of {user_meals['breakfast'].title()}, "
f"\nfor lunch you asked for a simmering plate of {user_meals['lunch'].title()}, "
f"\nfor the last meal of the day you ordered a savory plate of {user_meals['dinner'].title()}, "
f"\nand to curb your sweet tooth you ordered a mouth-watering plate of {user_meals['dessert'].title()}.")

rb_evaluate = input(evaluate_prompt)
# If the user has changed his mind start from the top of this while loop.
if rb_evaluate.lower() == 'no':
print("I'm sorry may I take your order again?")
continue
else:
break
else:
break

# If the user has already seen his orders no need to show him again, so we just ask him for conformation.
if read_back.lower() == 'yes':
confirm = input(confirm_prompt)
if confirm.lower() == 'decline':
break
# If the user didn't ask for the read back then show the orders before asking for conformation.
else: