The Hebrew word Haggadah means “telling,” and it refers to the service or script for the Passover seder table ritual. The Haggadah provides the order and script of the service with step-by-step instructions.
With the caveat that we are not kombucha experts, we think kombucha is okay for Passover.
According to Jewish custom, it is preferable to visit graves before a holiday, so that on the day of the holiday, we can focus attention on observing or celebrating.
Your best plan: Ask your hosts what you can bring for the seder, or for the dinner.
There are lots of ways to say Happy Passover!
When the seder falls on Friday evening, we acknowledge both Shabbat and the holiday of Passover.
Many have incorporated new rituals as part of the Passover seder. Many seder plates include an orange, which is attributed to Susannah Heschel, professor of Jewish studies at Dartmouth College. Heschel included an orange in recognition of gay and lesbian Jews, and others who are marginalized in the Jewish community.
The Passover seder plate traditionally features two items that are not vegetarian or vegan.
The Torah tells us (Exodus 12:15-16) to observe Passover for seven days and that the first day and seventh days will be a "sacred occasion." (Yom Tov)