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Etrog: (lit. "citron"), used during the festival of Sukkot for the mitzvah of the Four Species
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How to choose the ideal etrog
What Makes an Etrog Beautiful?
Do you know what to look for when buying an etrog? Learn more than the mere difference between a lemon and an etrog, familiarize yourself with what’s the ideal etrog, and become an educated etrog consumer.
I don’t get it. Someone in the synagogue told me that he spent over a hundred dollars on his lulav and etrog set for the holiday of Sukkot.
Become a knowledgeable Four Kinds consumer!
For the adventuresome folks who wish to venture into the uncharted waters of the Four Kinds market, here are some basic guidelines and tips that, when followed, will allow you to be a relatively knowledgeable consumer.
Sukkot: The Etrog
The beauty of “the four kinds” is the etrog, the citron fruit. What distinguishes the etrog from an ordinary lemon?
When the Torah tells us to take a beautiful fruit, the only possible candidate is the etrog...
Nachum Luria’s orchards specialize in etrogim, only the best of which can be used in Sukkot celebrations.
A Collection of Recipes and Ideas from our Readers
Here are some tried and tested successful uses for your precious etrog...enjoy!
The Etrog, like Shemini Azteret, rectifies the eating of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge.
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