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A Guide to Going Kosher for Passover 2014

Rabbi Yonah Bookstein | Posted 06.11.2014 | Religion
Rabbi Yonah Bookstein

Going "kosher for Passover" is a cool way to do spring-cleaning, start a healthier diet, and get spiritual. While preparation requires some effort, understanding what is required can make the task cheaper, faster, and easier, giving you more time to prepare for the spirit of the holiday.

Make Your Own Challah (Then Eat French Toast)

Posted 03.19.2013 | Taste

Alright, everybody, we're hurtling toward Passover, so it's time to talk challah. We know, we know, Passover is the holiday where you are forbidden to...

Doing Good While Cleaning For Passover

Ariel Gros-Werter | Posted 05.19.2013 | Religion
Ariel Gros-Werter

Before you start emptying your cupboards and fridge directly into a garbage bag, consider the people who search through garbage bags like yours every day in search of scraps to ward off hunger.

So You Want To Be Strict On Passover?

Rabbi Aaron Alexander | Posted 06.03.2012 | Home
Rabbi Aaron Alexander

Here are four additional ways to act strictly for Passover, while simultaneously feeding your soul, enlivening your religious life and bringing heightened awareness to those around you.

Kosher Coke Is Almost the Real Thing

Mark Strausman | Posted 06.19.2011 | Food
Mark Strausman

I would feel special that Coke would make a special beverage just for my people, but unfortunately this all comes down to money.

A Truly Kosher Passover: Giving Up More Than Just Leavened Bread

Noah Baron | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Noah Baron

Just as cleansing our house of leavened bread is uncomfortable, so, too, is cleansing ourselves of our prejudices, reminding ourselves of those who lack what we have, and forgoing some of our minor indulgences that others might have more.