When we eat this combination we should remember that G-d loves us all, as a Father. That isn’t a green-light to disobey His Laws; it should remind us that G-d wants us to improve ourselves and live according to His Laws. Chag Kasher v’Sameach to All
*our charoset recipe chop up apples, walnuts, almonds mix together and add cinnamon and sweet red wine
**bitter herbs romaine lettuce and/or horseradish root, which we grate and add a bit of vinegar to keep it potent
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