What Do American People Eat on New Year's Eve?

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In America, peas are usually the main course of their New Year's Eve meal. Eating peas on New Year's Eve is said to increase a persons chances of having everything they want for the rest of the year. On New Year's Day, people around the world set the table with foods that are said to bring good luck and prosperity.
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The American Indians hunted, farmed, fished, and gathered berries. The area they lived in designated what they ate. Native Americans in the Midwest ate fish, buffalo, deer, birds
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On New Year?s Day, people around the world set the table with foods that are said to bring good luck and prosperity. In America, eating peas on New Year?s Eve is said to increase a persons chances of having everything they want for the rest of the year. This is the key reason as to why black eyed peas are so popular in many parts of the United States during New Year?s Eve.
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