I assume in the East, they also think that the crumbs are also the flesh and blood of Christ, which is minimized with the use of unleavened wafers in the West. The remaining wine is all consumed by the priest.
In Eastern Orthodoxy, they use leavened bread. Wouldn’t that create many crumbs of our precious Lord’s flesh? What about wine? What do they do to ensure all wine is consumed (is liquid added to remaining wine to dilute it before consumption)?
What is the proper way in Eastern Orthodoxy to deal with remaining bread or crumbs and wine.