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  • Clean Monday in Greece
    • Clean Monday or Kathari Theftera (Greek: Καθαρή Δευτέρα),
    • is the Monday that begins the season of Great Lent in Eastern Orthodox Churches.
    • It is called “Clean Monday” because Christians are called upon to begin the holy season with “clean hearts and good intentions” and it’s actually a preparation for the big celebration of the Easter.
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    • Clean Monday is a public holiday in Greece, a day when families go to the countryside and beaches for picnics and kite-flying.
  • Roe salad
    • All Greeks are enjoying the traditional food of the day, including lagana (a special bread), prawns and octopus, cabbage leaves stuffed with rise, fish roe salad and halva with semolina.
  • Halva with semolina
  • The recipe of roe salad
    • Ingredients
    • 125 gr fish roe
    • 4 slices stale bread
    • 1 medium onion
    • Lemon juice
    • Parsley, olives for garnish
    • 1 cup of olive oil
    • Method
    • Remove crusts from bread, soak in water and drain.
    • Place the fish roe and the chopped onion in a mixer and beat well.
    • Add gradually the lemon juice, the bread and the olive oil. Beating the mixture, until becomes soft and creamy.
    • Serve in a plate and garnish with parsley and olives.
    • 1 st Gymnasium of Chaidari, Athens
    • For the e-Twinning project
    • “ Top 10 favorites with the EU teenagers”
    • 2009-10