Weird Food Superstitions That You Didn’t Know About

May 31, 2016 at 2:08 pm |
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Does garlic really have magic powers?

A couple hundred years ago, many people lived by rule of superstitions. Still today some people believe it’s bad luck to cross a black cat, to break a mirror or to walk under a ladder. While we as a society have become more reasonable, there are still countries in the East that believe in long standing myths. For example, in China, many foods are considered good luck to eat during the new year. Check out even more positive and negative superstitions around food.

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These foods can bring good luck or bad luck. Do you believe in them?

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