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Seder Plate Answers
Maror (bitter herbs) obviously representing the bitterness of slavery
Karpas (vegetable)An onion or boiled potato. Again representing backbreaking work.
Chazeret (non bitter vegetable)The roots of Romaine lettuce turn bitter. A representation of the fate of the Jews.
Charoset (apple, nut, spice and wine mixture) a representation of the mortar and bricks that Jews used for Pharoh
Zeroa (shankbone) ....Symbolizes the Paschal sacrifice on the eve of the exodus
Beitzah (egg) represents the Holiday offering in the days of the Temple
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