What can I eat in the Christmas post?

Great Christmas Lasts from November 28 until January 6. According to the church calendar, he is called upon to prepare believers for the meeting of the Nativity of Christ. After all, many of us have no idea what the Christmas Fast means, what we can eat these days and what kind of lifestyle we should follow.

But the holiday of Christmas should be met with a person with pure soul, body and thoughts. The fact is that fasting means not only abstinence in food, but also in deeds and thoughts. For a month and a half, a person is given contemplation, prayers and a complete rejection of all sorts of temptations. For example, it is forbidden to lead a sex life, watch TV, get angry at someone, curse and so on. If we are talking only about the refusal of certain types of food, this is not a fast, but a diet.

Be that as it may, many of those who are willing to fast begin precisely with prohibitions in eating. We will tell you what you can eat in the Christmas Lent, and on what days.

  • November 28. On the first day of the fast, they eat bread, fruits, vegetables, nuts, juices, hot foods of plant origin, but without sunflower oil.
  • 29th of November. Add fish and vegetable oil to dishes.
  • November 30th.Vegetables, bread, fruits, juices, hot vegetable dishes and cereals without vegetable oil are nuts - that’s what they eat on Christmas day.
  • December 1st. Again, you can add to the menu fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 2nd. Fish and vegetable oil are allowed.
  • December 3rd. Bread, fruits, juices, vegetables, nuts, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil.
  • December 4th. Celebration of the Entry into the Temple of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated. To the glory of this event allowed vegetable oils, fish, wine.
  • 5th of December. Fruits, juices, dishes from vegetables and cereals, but without oils of vegetable origin, as well as bread, vegetables, nuts.
  • December 6. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 7th. Vegetables, fruits, bread, dishes from growing foods, nuts, juices. Vegetable oil is not added to the dishes.
  • December 8th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • 9th December. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 10th. Vegetables, fruits, bread, dishes from growing foods, nuts, juices. Vegetable oil is added.
  • December 11th. Bread, fruits, juices, vegetables, nuts, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil, fish - that's what is in the Advent day on this day.
  • 12 December.Fruits, bread, vegetables, dishes from cereals and vegetables without vegetable oil, nuts, juices.
  • December 13th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 14th. Bread, fruits, juices, vegetables, nuts, vegetable and cereal dishes, but without vegetable oil.
  • December 15th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 16th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 17th. Bread, fruits, juices, vegetables, nuts, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil.
  • December 18, Tuesday. Bread, fruits, juices, vegetables, nuts, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil plus fish are allowed.
  • December 19th. Celebrated in memory of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker. In this regard, you can eat vegetable oil, wine, fish.
  • 20th of December. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • 21 December. Fruits, juices, bread, vegetables, nuts, vegetable dishes, but without vegetable oil.
  • December 22nd. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 23rd. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 24th. Vegetables, fruits, nuts, bread, juices, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil.
  • December 25th. Advent is continuing. What to eat: vegetables, fruits, nuts, bread, juices, dishes from vegetables and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil plus fish
  • December 26th. All the same, but without vegetable oil.
  • 27th of December.Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 28th. Bread, nuts, juices, vegetables, fruits, vegetable dishes and cereals without vegetable oil.
  • December 29th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • December 30th. Fish and vegetable oil.
  • 31th of December. Fruits, nuts, juices, bread, vegetables, vegetable dishes and cereals with the addition of vegetable oil.
  • 1st of January. All the same plus fish.
  • January 2. Bread, nuts, juices, vegetables, fruits, vegetable dishes and cereals without vegetable oil.
  • January 3 Bread, nuts, juices, vegetables, fruits, vegetable dishes and cereals with vegetable oil.
  • 4 January. Bread, nuts, juices, vegetables, fruits, vegetable dishes and cereals without vegetable oil.
  • 5 January. Bread, nuts, juices, vegetables, fruits, vegetable dishes and cereals without vegetable oil.
  • 6th January. Christmas Eve. Day of especially strict fasting. You can not eat until the "first star". After such a fast, they break their fast “sochy” - a dish of boiled rice or wheat grains.
  • Jan. 7. Nativity.

Now you know what to eat at Christmas Lent. Bon Appetit!



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