Rice puddlnq

Ibn-i Seerin: In a dream, rice pudding means celebrations, a reception, a wedding, a contract, knowledge, or prosperity.

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Rice

Ibn-i Seerin: In dream, rice means money which is earned with toiling, distress, or passion.

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Stew

Ibn-i Seerin: (Indian meal; Indian stew) Cooking a dish of boiled meat and vegetables in a dream means profits and prosperity for a poor person. Cooking Indian stew which is a meal consisting of corn and other vegetables in a dream means poverty, worship, or devotion. Cooking unripened vegetables in a dream means an illness. […]

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Amazaki

Ibn-i Seerin: (Japanese fermented rice drink; slightly sweetened and a non-alcoholic drink also found in Egypt) Drinking amazaki in a dream means comfort and prosperity. Ifan unmarried man sees himselfdrinking this fermented rice drink In a dream, it may mean that he considers it lawful to live unmarried with divorced women.

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Balled vegetables

Ibn-i Seerin: (Blanched; Boiled eggs; Poached; Stew) In a dream, boiled vegetables, eggs, meat or poached eggs, etcetera, signify fast coming earnings, or a profitable business. Boiled vegetables in a dream also mean paying one’s debts, an unanticipated arrival of something expected to happen later, celebrations, a wedding or distress, sorrow or poverty. Cooking mixed […]

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Cooking

Ibn-i Seerin: Cooking on fire in a dream means attaining one’s goal or achieving one’s purpose. Ifone sees himselfpreparing food on fire, and if his food is well cooked in the dream, it means that he will attain success and become famous. Otherwise, if his food is not well cooked in the dream, it means […]

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Flour

Ibn-i Seerin: (Wheat; Rice flour; Semolina) In a dream, flour means money or blessings. Semolina in a dream represent a husband who is compatible with his wife. Flour in a dream also means acquiring exalted knowledge, travels, money, shop, tools, castle, defense, religious nature, guidance, or recovering from an illness. However, eating it in a […]

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