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Leaven, Prohibition of

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Based on Zohar Shemot 40A
Israel could not leave until the dominion of all the Egyptian heavenly ministers was broken.
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What types of foods are permissible on Passover and which do some people refrain from eating based on their traditions and customs. (Please note: This recording is from many years ago, hence some product info may not be the same today)
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The halachot of selling chometz, searching and burning chometz, and more halochot relating to Erev Pesach.
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The laws of Passover and Chometz. The Ashkenazic and Sefaradic customs on Passover and their roots.
A deeper look at the difference between Chametz and Matzah, in Hebrew it is the simple letter change from ‘Hey’ to ‘Ches’. And the laws of how to rid of Chometz.
Jews are so careful about the smallest crumbs of bread over Pesach. What is the deeper significance to this leaven-hunt?
Experiencing Passover means to be a changed person after it's over. This year let's add a third dimension to our Passover for a true spiritual experience.
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Selling and searching for chametz and a detailed overview of the main points of the Seder.
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