8 Lucky Foods to Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2021 (Year of the Metal Ox)

Here Are The 8 Lucky Foods to Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2021

YEAR OF THE METAL OX – Here are some lucky foods that you can serve to celebrate the New Year’s Eve, which could allegedly bring luck and prosperity in 2021.

It has been already a part of the Filipino culture and tradition to serve delicious foods on the table every New Year’s eve. A lot of people are choosing foods to prepare, which could allegedly bring good vibes and wealth.

Many people all around the world are serving the so-called “Lucky Foods” every New Year’s Eve to allegedly invite positive energy. Serving lucky foods during the holiday celebration does not only bring fortune but also gives joy to the family who were eating the delicious meal together.

Meanwhile, a lot of people consider 2020 to be one of the unluckiest years in the world history for bringing tears, heartbreaks, hardships, disappointments, disasters, calamities, and the notorious coronavirus pandemic.

Most of us are hoping that the health crisis would end sooner or later. This coming New Year’s Eve, many of our countrymen would prepare lucky foods on the table hoping to get rid of the bad vibes from 2020.

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Lucky Foods

Here is the list of lucky foods:

  • Noodles – Symbolizes long life and happiness
  • Pork Products – It symbolizes a lots of progress in your life
  • Green Vegetable – It is not only healthy but it could also allegedly bring luck for 2021
  • Fish – Its scales symbolizes silver, good luck, and prosperity
  • Grains – Many people believe that it soak up negativity and bad omens
  • Duck – It must be served whole for it signifies a better year
  • Bird’s Nest Soup – It also signifies long life and prosperity
Lucky Foods

What can you say about this foods? Just feel free to leave your comments and reactions to this article.

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