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Including Passover food items, laws pertaining to Passover foods, and issues dealing with Passover foods.
“Karpas is one of the traditional rituals in the Passover Seder. It refers to the vegetable...Karpas
“Maror ( mārôr) also spelled Marror refers to the bitter herbs that are eaten at the Passover...Maror
“Gebrochts (Yiddish: געבראָכטס, lit. 'broken', also gebrokts) refers to matzo that has absorbed...Gebrochts
“Matzah balls, also known as קניידלעך kneydlach (pl.) (kneydl, singular) in Yiddish, (also...Matzah ball
“During the 2008 Passover season, kosher-for-Passover margarine in the United States was short in...2008 Passover margarine shortage
“Matzah brei (sometimes spelled matzah brie or matzo brei) or fried matzo (Yidish:"מצה ברײַ...Matzah brei
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