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Passover

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Passover

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