Κόλλυβα με αμύγδαλα και φυστίκια αιγίνης...

Κόλλυβα με αμύγδαλα και φυστίκια αιγίνης...

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Orthodox Mother's Digest: How to Make Koliva Memorial Wheat

Orthodox Mother's Digest: How to Make Koliva Memorial Wheat

Step by Step to Preparing Koliva for Memorial Services - YouTube

Step by Step to Preparing Koliva for Memorial Services - YouTube

Making Koliva

Making Koliva

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.

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.

Coliva - Wheat berry dessert. The dish is traditionally served only in a few specific circumstances, including the beginning of Lent, and during memorial services

Recipe: Koliva (Greek wheat berry dessert)

Coliva - Wheat berry dessert. The dish is traditionally served only in a few specific circumstances, including the beginning of Lent, and during memorial services

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

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

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Ingredients for making the Koliva.

Ingredients for making the Koliva.

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