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Uxili Culinary Traditions

History

The Uxili people have always been very religious, even back in the days when there were dozens of tribes eeking out a living on Oyea. After the Kuchon were over thrown and the Brarisi soldiers were run out of whay would become the country of Uxil, their faith in their religionw as only strengthened.

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Every day, three times a day, every citizen of Uxil will pray to the divine beings for protection, prosperity, and any blessing they are willing to bestow upon the person praying, their family, or all of Uxil.   The first prayer of the day takes place before they eat their breakfast of smoked or preserved meat, bread, and water or ale or beer or wine. Their morning prayers are typically prayers giving thanks to the divine beings for giving their ancestors the strength to continue on in the face of hardship thus allowing the prayer to live. These prayers are typically said at the dinner table or at a makeshift shrine if the person is traveling.  
Exalted Ones, we thank you for testing and finding our ancestors worthy of continuing their lineage. Watch over me as I overcome my obstacles and sustain me with your gracious favor.
— An example of a typical morning prayer
  The second prayer of the day takes place before they eat their lunch, typically at a local temple or makeshift shrine. Their noontime prayers are typically giving thanks to the divine beings for blessing Uxil with a good harvest or asking to resume blessing the country if times are lean. Lunch typically consists of soup or stew with meat in it, bread, and water or ale or beer or wine.  
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  The third prayer of the day is said at the dinner table before the prayer eats their dinner of meats, cheeses, vegetables, and water, wine, beer, or ale. These prayers typically ask teh divine beings to continue watching over them during the night and protect them from disease and evil.  
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