100-day Peas au Naturel • Large jar
Peas, whole-grain sea salt, water
In Chinese culture, peas are an important symbol of wealth and serenity. Traditionally, on the night of the seventh day of the seventh month, they are grown in small porcelain pots and decorated with red and blue silk ribbons. It is believed that this gesture represents the sowing of the lifeblood and brings luck and good fortune. It is an ancient practice known as "planting the principle of life".
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