Kolivo - boiled wheat (or other cereal), sweetened with honey or sugar. Blessed in the Church and is eaten on Friday of the first week of lent in memory of the miracle of St. Martyr Theodore of Tyrone. Koleva (called kutia), is blessed after the memorial service for the deceased. These symbolize the future Resurrection, honey or sugar - the bliss of the future life. Traditionally cooked, no frills and very simple, but tradition is tradition and should be honored.
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Measure 1.5 multi Cup rice
Rice, well rinsed, preferably in the seven seas )))
Washed rice is put in a bowl multicookings, add water, a pinch of salt and brown sugar and put on the mode of cooking (I put mode is "buckwheat," I have a slow cooker "Panasonic")
After our rice is ready, add the honey, mix well, spread walnuts, raisins and candied fruit.