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    Default Passover food

    Anyone know where you can get a list of products you can't eat during passover/unleavened bread. Things with leaven in them.
    I can only seem to find lists that are from overseas and have different products we don't have. hmmm...
    I'm not very knowledgeable about what's in the food I eat, lol, so I need some kind of list to guide me.


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    oohh...okay, I found this site for anyone interested: http://www.kosher.org.au/Pesach2008/...20graphics.pdf

    Although not everything applies to me really, I'm not Jewish, so it has some things that are more strict I think.

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    I have another question I've just come across if anyone can answer. How come in Judaism the Passover is observed the day after?? On the 15th??

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    Hi SaraJane,

    I will be back on later - probably tomorrow night and i can answer your questions then!

    Frantically cleaning the house for passover here

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    No problem Yael. Thankyou!
    Happy cleaning!

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    it is jewish custom to start the festival the night before (called 'erev' (ie evening) pesach (the hebrew word for passover). this is the same for all festivals and holy days.

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