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Easter traditions around the world How do you celebrate Easter? What's the traditional Easter dish in your country?
Do you have a nice Easter hero for kids, like Easter Bunny?
If talking about Russia:
Easter in Russian is Pasha.
Our traditional dishes are "kulich"(it's like sweet Easter bread) and "pasha" (it's a cake). 

Mar 28, 2018 7:09 PM
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I'm originally from Brazil. So, as it happens in most of the countries where Catholicism is the most popular religion, we celebrate Easter. As part of the tradition, one should avoid eating meat till the monday after Easter, as a matter of fact, you should not eat meat since Ash Wednesday (a period called Lent).

If you're a kid, however, the reason why you will remember Easter is the fact that there's a ton of chocolate! Especially Easter Eggs that, in Brazil, consist of hollow eggs made of chocolate.

March 28, 2018

I am just bumping this thread to make sure a Polish or Czech person sees it. :D

In Britain, it's all about chocolate eggs; the traditional meat for the dinner is lamb.  (Since most British people are not Catholic, we don't usually observe the not-eating-meat that some other countries do, like Jan's example of Brazil.)

March 28, 2018
Here in the Southeastern US, most of the time we like to eat either ham or turkey for Easter. 

Actually, when I was a little boy, my grandpa got a rabbit and cooked it for easter. My sisters and I didn't think it was very funny at the time [emoji]
March 28, 2018
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