The Legumes Passover Controversy

Examining the prohibition of eating 'Kitniyot' (legumes) on Passover

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The Legumes Passover Controversy : Examining the prohibition of eating 'Kitniyot' (legumes) on Passover

Examining the background of the kitniyot prohibition. Why it was accepted by Ashkenazic Jewry but not Sephardic Jewry. Looking at how the third Chabad Rebbe, the Tzemach Tzedek sourced this prohibition.
Kitniyot, R. Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch, Passover

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Vicki Stone Portland April 5, 2017

I want to say how much enjoyment I received from your lecture about the kitnyot. I learned a great deal. I always knew the minhag of kitnyot, but not the Talmudic sources. Thank you. we live in Portland, Oregon, and we could hear your speech due to current technology. how wonderful! Reply

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