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Modern Jewish life has been largely drained of the drama and emotional release available in ancient times. Is there a way to recapture it?
Introduction to the Jewish Rules of Purity and Impurity
The rabbinic laws tumah and taharah are complex — let us orient you.
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Passover Prep Guide
All the preparation you need… Passover starts on April 5! This new Passover email series will help you prep like ...
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Welcome to Recharge, a weekly collection of Shabbat readings to refresh your soul. Each Saturday morning we’ll bring you a ...
Journey Into the Book of Daniel
A deadly lion’s den, ominous writing on the wall, parades of scary beasts, a towering statue with a golden head: ...
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In this Torah portion, God describes the laws of animal sacrifice. God explains the different sacrifices that atone for guilt or sins, and distinguishes between sins committed inadvertently and sins committed on purpose.
Parashat Vayikra: I Give, Therefore I Love
This Torah portion teaches that it’s better to give than receive.
An Orange on the Seder Plate
This progressive Passover custom is surprisingly misunderstood.
What Is the Meaning of Chai?
The Hebrew word for life is a popular symbol and toast — and is linked to the number 18.
Checklist: Setting the Seder Table
Before launching into your seder, make sure you have everything you'll need.
Passover Marshmallow Brownie Recipe
Silky, caramelized and chewy, these are the best brownies ever.
Sephardic Matzah and Cheese Patties Recipe
These Sephardic fritters are deliciously cheesy and adaptable.
Passover Recipes: Short ribs with Orange and Honey
Chef Yair Feinberg was born and raised on an Israeli kibbutz and later travelled to Europe to study Culinary Innovation ...
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Tips for the overwhelmed, the last-minute and the lazy.
How to Greet People on Passover
Happy Passover is always acceptable, but here are a few traditional greetings to try out over the holiday.
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How to get ready for Passover without having a nervous breakdown.
Why The Exodus Was So Significant
The impact of Judaism's transformative event is felt by the other monotheistic religions.
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A DIY Haggadah adds a personal touch to your seder and can make for a more meaningful holiday.