10 Food Superstitions Across Asia You Never Knew About
BENGALURU: Growing up in Indian custom widens our eyes to several food superstitions since birth, for instance, gulping a spoonful of yoghurt before leaving for an exam or not passing a chilly hand in hand. Since we grew up observing these, we never inquired their reason or never tried to view this from a rational point of view.
Similarly, across the globe there exist many more superstitions which roots from different kitchens. Associated with food, these are believed to make life better and enhanced.
Here is a list of ten such food myths that are believed and observed in different parts of the planet, as NDTV and CNN reports. Obeying these won’t keep you friendless, unmarried, childless, or worse.