The Haft-Seen Table: The Table of the Seven S’s as part of the Norouz (Persian New Year ) celebrations represents the spirit of hope, renewal, togetherness, health and wellbeing, and is symbolized by:
Sumac (crushed spice of berries): For the sunrise and the spice of life. The promise of good growth.
Senjed (sweet dry fruit of the lotus tree): For love and affection.
Serkeh (vinegar): For patience and to ward off various ills.
Seeb (apples): For health and beauty.
Sir (garlic): For good health symbolizes medicine.
Samanu (wheat pudding): For fertility and the sweetness of life.
Sabzeh (sprouted wheat grass): For rebirth and renewal of nature.
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Thanks to Amy and Natalie from Sauce Communications for this useful and interesting information.