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Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah (Sixty-Minute Collection Book 8) Cass Foster

Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah (Sixty-Minute Collection Book 8)

Cass Foster

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Sixty‐Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah is not about taking the traditional Seder and turning it into something so modern the reader loses all sense of tradition. This conservative Jewish couple condensed the Seder – whichMoreSixty‐Minute Seder™: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah is not about taking the traditional Seder and turning it into something so modern the reader loses all sense of tradition. This conservative Jewish couple condensed the Seder – which normally runs from two to five hours – into one hour. Although it is abridged, everyone can use it to honor and celebrate the annual Passover Seder as intended. Readers will welcome the instructions on how to keep chametz (unleavened products forbidden during Pesach) for use following the eight days of Passover, as well as Nellie’s delicious Seder meal recipes.This new Haggadah gives families a choice of how long to observe the Seder. The Fosters have essentially removed most of the commentary providing lengthy discussion about how rabbis today and historically view Passover, while retaining its essence.In addition, Haggadahs provide instructions for only the service of the Seder. The Fosters created an easy‐to‐follow guide that explains how to prepare for Passover and Seder, and how to execute the service. Also included are instructions for proper kitchenware, how to set the Seder table and create the Seder plate, candle lighting, a wide variety of children’s activities, how to manage the Fast of the First Born without having to fast, how to keep chametz (unleavened products forbidden during Pesach) for use following the eight days of Passover and recipes for the ideal Seder meal.