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Why the Clay-like Charoset (Seder Sauce)

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Why the Clay-like Charoset (Seder Sauce)

Of the six Seder Plate items, the proverbial Passover dip of pulverized fruit, nuts, seasoning and wine is perhaps least understood. In tracing the earliest documented sources we encounter a range of opinions and rationale, initially creating confusion; but in the end, through careful analysis provides stunning clarity. You'll discover both the unique and supporting role this unusual dip plays in communicating the Exodus narrative by virtue of its appearance, consistency and tart acrid flavoring, and develop a taste for this secondary item on the Seder menu.
Halacha, Minhag, Charoset

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