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Kitniyot Among Few Remaining Strands Of Ashkenazi-Sephardi Difference In Israel


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“It’s just something we’ve always stayed away from,” says Rabbi David Aaron, founder and dean of the Jerusalem-based Isralight Academy of Adult Jewish Studies. He adds, with a good-natured shrug, “For a week I can live without rice.”

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Deborah Fineblum Schabb

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