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What does "That's all about the coffee" mean i the text below?

The dialogue below belong to an extract of The Vampire Diaries. Elena and her brother has recently lost their parents. So, they, with their aunt. It's the morning of the first day of school. The inexperienced aunt is helping the kids to prepare for school.

Aunt: I can make toast.
Elena: It's all about the coffee, aunt Jenna.
Elena's brother: Is there coffee?
Aunt: Your first day of school and I'm totally unprepared.Lunch money?
Elena: I'm good.
Aunt: Anything else? A number two pencil? What am I missing?

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I would thank you, if you could tell me some more examples of "all about". How can I use this phrase in a sentence?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    If the breakfast is all about coffee, then coffee is the most important part of it.
    You can also say 'it's all about money' meaning that whatever you do, money is the most important.

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