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Vegan Passover Seder

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Honor Tradition without Compromising your Values

The Seder dinner, the Passover holiday, and the six symbolic foods on the Seder plate all combine to commemorate the exodus of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt and convey the powerful message of Passover: that freedom is possible, that slavery can end, and that the future can be better than the past. 

Join me in today’s episode as we discuss:

  • the significance of the symbolic foods of Passover
  • the acceptable alternatives to the shankbone and egg on a vegan seder plate
  • how a plant-based Passover authentically reflects the principles of this holiday
  • ideas for a delicious vegan Passover menu

and so much more!


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