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I'm curious...are there any older Easter traditions that we don't practice anymore? Has Easter always been celebrated with the lamb, Anastasi and egg cracking?


As far as I can remember my family has done the same things they always have. Eating lamb and having red eggs is a big one. We also make a special bread. My family makes a dough similar to tsoureki, but we make them in individual rolls instead of the bread loaf. These are the rolls:

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I believe it has always been that way! I know the tradition of cooking Mageiritsa soup is also very old. The recipe has been in my family for generations.
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