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March 7 begins Lent, which is designed to prepare Orthodox believers for Easter. This post is the longest and lasts 48 days.

During Lent there are certain dietary restrictions, which, if possible, should be observed by every Christian. However, this does not mean that you have to torture yourself and your loved ones. Ordinary people, depending on the conditions and state of health, and in agreement with the confessor, can soften the fast. Strict restrictions do not apply to all children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and seriously ill patients.

The general power scheme of the suspension is as follows:

  • Monday Wednesday Friday – Dry diet, which includes cold food without oil.
  • Tuesday Thursday – hot lean food
  • Saturday Sunday – food with added vegetable oil, a glass of wine is allowed.

Twice during Lent, Palm Sunday and the Annunciation, fish is allowed. On Lazarus Saturday you can eat caviar.

Below is a nutritional diary per day, taking into account the holidays and the special importance of the first and last week of fasting.

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1st week

March 7

Abstinence from food.

March 8

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 9

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 10

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

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11 March

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 12

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

March 13

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

2nd week

March 14

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 15

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

March 16

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 17

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables, mushrooms, cereals, soups).

March 18

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 19

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

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March 20

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

3rd week

March 21

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 22

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

March 23

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 24

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

25th of March

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 26

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

March 27

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

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4th week

March 28

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 29

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

March 30

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

March 31

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

April 1st

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 2nd

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

April 3

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

5th week

April, 4

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 5

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

April 6

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 7 – Evangelism

Boiled or boiled fish, seafood, hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, vegetables and mushrooms boiled or boiled, fruit), some wine.

April 8

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 9

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

April 10

Hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

6th week

April 11

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 12

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

April 13

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 14

Hot vegetable food without oil (boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits, cereals, soups).

April 15

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

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April 16 – Saturday of Lazarus

Fish caviar, hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, boiled or boiled vegetables and mushrooms, fruits), some wine.

April 17 – Palm Sunday

Boiled or boiled fish, seafood, hot food with vegetable oil (soups, cereals, vegetables and mushrooms boiled or boiled, fruit), some wine.

7th week

April 18

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 19

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 20

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 21

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

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April 22

Abstinence from food.

April 23

Dry diet – consumption of plant products that have not undergone heat treatment (fresh, dried or soaked vegetables and fruits, nuts, honey, bread, water).

April 24 – Easter

All food restrictions are lifted.

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