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Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays. It commemorates the exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. When the pharaoh refused to release the slaves to the prophet Moses, ten plagues were brought upon the land. The tenth plague, the death of every first-born, “passed over” the Jews and the pharaoh released them from bondage. Passover is a celebration of freedom that extends far beyond the Jews and the story of their exodus as we acknowledge and fight for the freedom of all who are enslaved.

On Passover, it is forbidden to eat leavened foods such as bread or pasta. During their escape from Egypt, the Jews did not have time to let their bread rise and instead ate unleavened bread or matzoh. Leavened foods are called chametz and include bread, pasta, and any foods made with yeast, wheat, rye, barley, spelt and oats.

The haggadah is the book that contains the story of the exodus along with songs, prayers and directions for the seder ritual. For people who extend the idea of freedom to people all over the world and to animals, the traditional haggadah might seem limiting. I would recommend getting a new haggadah that is more in line with animal rights and plant-based eating. There are three veg-friendly haggadahs available: “Haggadah for the Vegetarian Family” and “Haggadah for the Liberated Lamb” by Roberta Kalechofsky, and “ Open-Eyed Heart-Wide Haggadah ” by Debra Jill Mazer.

More and more people are incorporating vegetarian and vegan dishes into their Passover or seder meals. Try out these top picks for a varied and healthy vegetarian Passover or Seder meal! All are suitable for a vegetarian Passover, and most are vegan.

This is one of those Passover recipes where you forget that it's Kosher for Passover, as it's so incredibly delicious! With just a few simple ingredients, you'll find it's also very easy to make this Passover snack. For a vegan version, just make sure the chocolate that you're using is dairy-free, and use a vegan margarine instead of butter.

This vegetarian and vegan kugel recipe is cholesterol-free and lower in fat than a traditional kugel with eggs and would be an interesting entree or side for a vegetarian Passover meal.

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Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays. It commemorates the exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. When the pharaoh refused to release the slaves to the prophet Moses, ten plagues were brought upon the land. The tenth plague, the death of every first-born, “passed over” the Jews and the pharaoh released them from bondage. Passover is a celebration of freedom that extends far beyond the Jews and the story of their exodus as we acknowledge and fight for the freedom of all who are enslaved.

On Passover, it is forbidden to eat leavened foods such as bread or pasta. During their escape from Egypt, the Jews did not have time to let their bread rise and instead ate unleavened bread or matzoh. Leavened foods are called chametz and include bread, pasta, and any foods made with yeast, wheat, rye, barley, spelt and oats.

The haggadah is the book that contains the story of the exodus along with songs, prayers and directions for the seder ritual. For people who extend the idea of freedom to people all over the world and to animals, the traditional haggadah might seem limiting. I would recommend getting a new haggadah that is more in line with animal rights and plant-based eating. There are three veg-friendly haggadahs available: “Haggadah for the Vegetarian Family” and “Haggadah for the Liberated Lamb” by Roberta Kalechofsky, and “ Open-Eyed Heart-Wide Haggadah ” by Debra Jill Mazer.



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