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A traditional Greek dish made from wheat and dried fruit, garnished with pomegranate seeds, eaten by families belonging to the Eastern Orthodox Church 40 days after a death and on the first and fourth anniversaries of a death.
The wheat represents everlasting life, the fruit - joy and sweetness, and the pomegranate seeds - plenty.
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