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AFTER MARRIAGE CEREMONY, WHEN THE BRIDE AND GROOM ARE
ABOUT TO ENTER THE PLACE WHERE THE WEDDING BREAKFAST
IS HELD, THEY ARE GIVEN BREAD AND SALT TO EAT.
MEANING: ALWAYS HAVE BREAD AS A SOURCE OF LIFE.
ABUNDANCE IN LIFE AS MANY AS THE GRAINS OF SALT.

Submitter comment: LEARNED IN POLAND.

Where learned: POLAND

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Marriage Bread and salt

Date learned: 11-10-1967

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