We Jews have always been wanderers. Taking road trips. Traipsing, trekking, and schlepping. Forced to leave many places. As Tevye says in Fiddler ...
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There isn't much you can do to change bitter herbs, a roasted lamb shank, a roasted egg, and a green vegetable. But one -- charoset (sometimes spelled haroset or charoses) -- lets you roam, in a good way.
Charoses is, like bagels, one of the greatest gifts of the Jewish culinary canon, and it is too tasty to be served only once a year, and then only to Jews.
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