Capirotada, the traditional Mexican food similar to bread pudding, is usually eaten during the Lenten period and Good Friday. There are many different preparations of the dish, with families often having their own recipes which have been passed down through the generations. The basic ingredients carry a rich symbolism and are considered a reminder of the suffering of Christ on Good Friday.
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