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Cleaning for Passover

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Any area where one can reasonably suspect that chametz might have been brought throughout the year must be thoroughly cleaned . . .
This morning I decided to give my kitchen a thorough scrubdown. I sat down and hugged my morning glass of tea as I mentally planned the day ahead. Bleach, I thought to myself as I added more sugar to my glass. Who am I trying to kid? I’m not one of those ...
“Don’t come in here!!!” I shriek, leaping up from wrapping another layer of foil around the table legs to tackle her away from my precious i>chametz-free kitchen.
There’s a saying: “Passover cleaning is not spring cleaning, dirt is not chametz, and children are not the paschal sacrifice.”
Some things just have a natural lifespan, and then they cease to serve a purpose.
With all the cleaning and cooking for Passover, it’s easy to lose sight of the inner meaning of this holy time. So, this year, let’s take steps to arrive at the Seder relaxed and inspired.
Part 1
How to clean, prepare, and kosher your kitchen for Pesach.
To draw down the light of Pesach, we must prepare ourselves spiritually.
To draw down the light of Pesach, we must prepare ourselves spiritually
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