Pessach

Passover, also known by its Hebrew name Pesach, is celebrated every spring. On this holiday we commemorate the deliverance from Egypt and becoming free men after hundreds of years of bondage. We celebrate Passover for seven days, during which there is a strict prohibition against eating leavened bread. The abstinence from leaven is in remembrance of the night when the Hebrews left Egypt so hastily that the bread they baked did not have time to rise. When visiting Judaica stores, some of the Pesach-related items include the Seder plate, Kiddush cup, and the Passover Haggadah, all of which make for great Passover gifts.

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Passover, also known by its Hebrew name Pesach, is celebrated every spring. On this holiday we commemorate the deliverance from Egypt and becoming free men after hundreds of years of bondage. We celebrate Passover for seven days, during which there is a strict prohibition against eating leavened bread. The abstinence from leaven is in remembrance of the night when the Hebrews left Egypt so hastily that the bread they baked did not have time to rise. When visiting Judaica stores, some of the Pesach-related items include the Seder plate, Kiddush cup, and the Passover Haggadah, all of which make for great Passover gifts.

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