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Foods with Symbolism for Religion

Based on the clues, guess these food items associated with various world religions.
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Christianity
Eucharist: symbolizes Christ's body
bread
Eucharist: symbolizes Christ's blood
wine
Easter: a symbol of new life
egg
Good Friday: roll eaten to break fast
hot cross bun
Shrove Tuesday: symbolizes the end of rich eating
pancakes
Lent: Shaped like a child's arms folded in prayer
pretzel
 
 
Hinduism
Clarified butter used in rituals, offerings, and libation
ghee
 
 
Islam
Ramadan: dessert eaten by Ottomans and Balkanians
baklava
Ramadan: fruit eaten to break the fast as Muhammad did
dates
Judaism
Rosh Hashanah: symbolize a sweet new year
apples
honey
Sabbath: symbolizes the manna from the 40 years in the desert
bread
Hanukkah: pancakes symbolizing the 8-day oil flame
latkes
Passover: symbolizes the Jews leaving Egypt in a hurry
matzo
 
 
Shintoism
Soybean curd used as an offering
tofu
 
 
Taoism
Chinese New Year: steamed food symbolizing wealth
dumpling
Chinese New Year: long food symbolizing longevity
noodle
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