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Passover

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  • 1. Passover
  • 2. Passover is a Jewish and Samaritan holy day.
  • 3. Passover begins on 15th day (full moon) of the month of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar.
  • 4. Traditionally, Passover spans seven days
  • 5. A significant observance related to Passover involves the removal of chametz from homes.
  • 6. Chametz is any leavened product made from wheat, rye, barley, oats, or spelt.
  • 7. This is a symbolic way of removing “puffiness” (arrogance and pride) from our souls.
  • 8. The grain product eaten during Passover is called Matza .
  • 9. Matza is unleavened bread devoid of puffiness...
  • 10. …and is available in a variety of textures for cooking.
  • 11. Eating matza is considered a positive mitzvah (commandment).
  • 12. Matza is part of the seder meal.
  • 13. The seder is a special dinner on the first night of Passover.
  • 14. Other than Matza, Seder includes Maror (bitter herbs).
  • 15. Also four cups of wine are drunk.
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