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Jewish seder is celebrated by people of the Jewish faith everywhere and includes writing, drinking wine and eating and making and eating traditional foods.
Celebrants always wash their hands before drinking a cup of wine. This symbolises the great merits of children of Egypt and their liberation to Egypt
A piece of vegetable is then placed in salt water to represent the tears of slaves and Matzah, a bread that Egyptian slaves made, is broken.
The seder tray is moved and a second cup of wine is then poured. Anyone (mainly the poor) are then invited into the home when the Haggadah is then read
The guests are excused and Matzah is then eaten once again as well as bitter herbs. Then celebrants eat the Hillel sandwich preparing for the feast.
The feast is then eaten and afterwards, celebrants pray and sing to symbolise an acceptance of what happened at Passover.
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