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What are your favorite Passover foods?

Passover looks a little different in 2020. Many families can't gather together for Passover Seder in light of social distancing measures. Regardless of how you're celebrating this year, we hope you are still able to get your hands on some of your favorite Passover staples. Which foods are you looking forward to most?


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Which do you look forward to more: brisket or matzo ball soup?
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#LoveBrisket
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#LoveMatzoBallSoup
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Both of these dishes bring warmth and comfort to the Passover Seder. Whether you’re experimenting with a new recipe this year or trying your hand at making your own matzo balls, which one of these dishes is your favorite?

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Is gefilte fish actually delicious?
#GefilteFishDelicious
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#HateGefilteFish
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According to HuffPost's Alison Spiegel, gefilte fish is “made up of ground, deboned white fish that has been formed into fish balls or patties.” A controversial dish to say the least, but some say it’s what they look forward to most. What do you think?

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Favorite dessert: chocolate-covered matzo or coconut macaroons?
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#LoveChocolateMatzo
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#LoveCoconutMacaroons
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Chocolate-covered matzo can get fancy with toasted nuts or toffee, or simply be perfect on its own. But coconut macaroons are their own treat. Which do you look forward to most?