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Passover or Pesach begins on the 15th day of the Jewish month of Nissan.  It is the first of the three major festivals with both historical and agricultural significance (the other two are Shavu'ot and Sukkot). Agriculturally, it represents the beginning of the harvest season in Israel.  The primary observances of Pesach/Passover are related to the Exodus from Egypt after generations of slavery.


Passover Laws and Customs
The process of cleaning the home of all chametz in preparation for Passover is an enormous task. To do it right, you must prepare for several weeks and spend several days scrubbing everything down, going over the edges of your stove and fridge with a toothpick and a Q-Tip, covering all surfaces that come in contact with food with foil or shelf-liner, etc., etc., etc. After the cleaning is completed, the morning before the seder, a formal search of the house for chametz is undertaken, and any remaining chametz is burned.



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