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Lucky in Poland Fish became the go-to meal for Catholics during fasting days when eating red meat was forbidden around the 13th century. However, reverence for carp began much earlier in Poland. Carp has been considered a fish fit for kings since the 12th century, so much so that they are known as “royal carp.” Carp’s status as the “King of Fish” may have given rise to the superstition that keeping the scale of a cooked carp in your wallet brings you wealth. .gif format. Original piece available in OpenSea.