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He also noted that leafy greens are likened to dollar bills in America, though greens are eaten for luck in various other countries, too.Another interesting connection: Jews eat bitter greens during Passover as a reminder of the bitter times when the Israelites were enslaved.
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" Dan Gillotte, Chief Executive Grocer at Austin's said in an email.
"We're proud to keep the southern tradition alive each New Year's at Wheatsville.
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Put in a bowl or a pan, and for every pound of dried beans, cover with 8 cups of water. If you can’t do it overnight, rinse the peas and put them in a pan. Drain the peas in the colander, rinse them, and cover them with hot water and continue with the directions. In a large pot, cover the peas with water – cover them and have at least an inch more.
Turn off the heat and put the lid on the pan and let it sit for at least an hour. "At Wheatsville, we also think it starts the New Year on a healthy footing since beans and greens are a solid foundation to anyone's good diet," Gillotte said."Some people like to add cornbread to the mix and we won't argue against cornbread!But why has eating this Southern dish become a New Year's tradition? American currency, however, is nothing like the dark green hue of cooked collards and at no point have we used puny, white pea-sized balls as change.While some may still eat collards and peas for this reason to ring in the new year, the tradition dates hundreds of years back in American history and even further back across the Atlantic.He noted that others may eat variations on pork and greens for the holiday, but "black-eyed peas and greens are the king here in Texas and the southern U.