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Instructional video on the making of Kolyva, the traditional orthodox christian memorial repast. Cyprus Food, Memorial Services, Greek Sweets, Greek Easter, Greek Dishes, Recipe Steps, Russian Recipes, Greek Recipes, Different Recipes

The Making of Kolyva

Instructional video on the making of Kolyva, the traditional orthodox christian memorial repast.St. Spyridon Orthodox Film Festival

Orthodox Mother’s Digest: How to Make Koliva Memorial Wheat Greek Cookies, Orthodox Easter, Greek Sweets, Greek Easter, European Cuisine, Orthodox Christianity, Arabic Food, Fun Cooking, Greek Recipes

How to Make Koliva Memorial Wheat

If you've never shared Koliva in memory of a loved one, this is a special treat with symbolic meaning. (Seems like most traditional Church foods have symbolic meanings!) Wheat kernels must fall to the ground and die in order to create new life (Gospel of St. John 12:24), just as our souls and bodies must come to an end of our earthly sojourn in order to pass into new life in eternity. 2 cups of wheat berries (the "soft" ones cook faster; can usually find these from health food store) 1/2 c…

Recipe for Koliva - Wheat Grain for Greek Orthodox Memorial Service Greek Sweets, Greek Desserts, Greek Recipes, Family Recipes, Good Healthy Recipes, Snack Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Funeral Food, Greek Cookies

Recipe for Koliva - Wheat Grain for Greek Orthodox Memorial Service

Koliva is used in Greek Orthodox funeral and memorial services to symbolize the eternal cycle of life

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Greek Orthodox religion, koliva is a dish that is heavy with ritual… Beginning Of Lent, Cypriot Food, Greek Cookies, Greek Easter, Greek Culture, Orthodox Christianity, Greek Recipes, Greek Desserts, Berries

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Greek Orthodox religion, koliva is a dish that is heavy with ritual significance. It’s more metaphor than food, really, symbolizing the circle of death and rebirth. The wheat berries represent the promise of everlasting life, the raisins the sweetness of life, and the spices are symbols of plenty. The dish is traditionally served only in a few specific circumstances, including the beginning of Lent, and during memorial services.

Koliva is a heavenly dessert: earthy wheat berries studded with toasted nuts and dried fruit and blanketed with a drift of powdered sugar, with just a spoonful of lightly whipped cream for richness. Grandma Cooking, Greek Cooking, Baked Vegetables, White Bean Soup, Getting Hungry, Big Meals, The Dish, Raisin, Food Network Recipes

Recipe: Koliva (Greek wheat berry dessert)

Total time: 1 hour, 20 minutes, plus drying time for the wheat berries Servings: 6 Note: This is adapted from a recipe by Elaine Panousis.

Kolyva ~ Boiled wheat with sugar, fruit and/or nuts Eaten by Orthodox Christians when the dead are commemorated or in honor of a Saint Orthodox Catholic, Orthodox Easter, Orthodox Christianity, Catholic Funeral, Funeral Food, Greek Icons, Greek Easter, All Saints Day, Greek Recipes

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[Βλ. και την ανάρτηση σε αυτή την ιστοσελίδα: "Του κύκλου της ζωής, Θάνατος: Μοιρολογίστρες, νεκροί και σιτάρι", http://fiestaperpetua.blogspot.gr/2012/11/blog-post_10.html Παναγιώτα Αργυροπούλου (Λιού), 78 ετών, εγγράμματη,νοικοκυρά, γιάτρισσα, μοιρολοΐστρα (Απομαγνητοφωνημένη αφήγηση, απόσπασμα από συνέντευξη που έλαβε χώρα στην Ανδραβίδα Ηλείας, τον Αύγουστο του 1985 (Βλ. Κέντρο Ερεύνης της Ελληνικής Λαογραφίας, χειρόγραφο αρ. 4467, επιτόπια έρευνα: Ελένη Ψυχογιού) Ψυχοσάββατο, Νεοχώρι…