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7 ways to eat for good luck in the New Year

Published January 2, 2014 8:48 am

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Cultures around the world feast on foods believed to help ensure good luck. So, if you're wondering how to eat for luck in 2014, we've cooked up a list of ideas for you.

7 ways to eat for good luck in the New Year

The New Year is approaching quickly, bringing with it hopes of progress, health and prosperity. Cultures around the world feast on foods believed to help ensure good luck. So, if you're wondering how to eat for luck in 2014, we've cooked up a list of ideas for you.Bountiful beansSmneedham/Getty ImagesThe coinlike shape of lentils makes them a symbol of prosperity and therefore a popular dish to serve in a New Year's meal. The preferred bean depends in large part on where ...

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