In telling the story of the exodus from Egypt, the Passover Seder remembers the suffering of the Jewish people.
The story of Passover is traditionally told over the Passover Seder and is sprinkled with lots of singing, reclining, wine drinking and gefilte fish-eating. The story explains the Jewish people's enslavement in Egypt and their eventual escape, and is told with the help of a guidebook called a Haggadah.
Passover, the week-long holiday during which Jews are forbidden from eating leavened food, begins on March 30.
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"Seder tonight and we saved you a spot. Don't be slavin', just nosh."