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15 He, or another male family member, then blows a conch shell several times. Children gather several meters away around a piece of smoldering dung taken from the original sacrificial fire and use it to light fireworks. This continues each night for about a week into the New Year, although families who own racehorses may also perform this ritual the day before a race in the hope of receiving the deities' favor. On the twenty-ninth day of the twelfth lunar month (12 February 2010), a big meal consisting of soup made with Lo sar dumplings was enjoyed.
The two strips are placed cross-wise, braided together, placed in the oil, and deep-fried until reddish-brown. 13 Rgyal bo were historically made for every person in the family and also offered as gifts when visiting other families. Though rgyal bo are still made for individual family members, people no longer use rgyal bo as gifts, but instead offer tea bricks, jars of fruit (Ch: guan tou), and bottles of liquor. The final type of red bread is known simply as go re dmar ro 'red bread'. The dough is made from flour, water, and baking soda, rolled very flat, and cut into ten-centimeter-wide rectangles.