At the Seder, we hold up this simple food that manages to embody all at once persecution, liberation and the very essentials of life, and we speak words at the heart of the festival: "Let all who are hungry come and eat." Yet, as American Jews, it is difficult to imagine speaking those words with conviction this year.
Organic is how Morrison eats. "When I was growing up, my mother produced all the vegetables we ever ate. She put a lot of food by for the winter, canning and freezing." He and his wife Sonja keep that tradition alive for themselves and Morrison's three daughters. "We don't have much occasion to eat food that isn't organic."