Passover is a holiday that is rich with meaning and filled with traditions, many of which involve food. If you are managing food allergies, this guide will help you create a safe, fun, and meaningful celebration.
I am so excited to find this! My son is going to be celebrating a Passover feast with his 1st grade class at his Christian school (they have been studying Egyptian history and the Exodus this year). The feast traditionally includes most of the things he is allergic to (eggs, tree nuts and wheat). It is great to have a resource to help me navigate this event.
Thank you so much for this. It is rare to find this sort of resource representing so well the broad range of Jewish observance of Passover, and the fact that this does it tremendously helpful and appreciated!
Welcome, Ls1234! As you're making your Passover plans, don't forget to start a new topic on our community forums -- the Main Support Forum or the Food and Cooking Forum -- for any questions or problems you may run into!
I'm Orthodox and although these ideas are great for some, I've dealt with allergies for Passover for 9 years. Yes, there are ways around everything, but some of these ideas are a bit unconventional. Please, please take these ideas with a grain of salt and speak to a rabbi. If anyone were to need ideas, you're more than welcome to contact me via private message.
another issue that kept me awake last week. During the "purge" week, people in the West Coast "should" purge ALL their emergency food .. which makes the family ultra vulnerable in care of an earthquake, until new food has been purchased. How do people do to reduce this crack in the plan? ((I don't care, my emergency food is in the basement, and only rats chew marks and poops would make me destroy ANY of that safe food))
With the current restrictions in place in the US and around the world to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, spring holidays and celebrations may look very different this year. Have you started making plans on how to celebrate if current or tighter restrictions are still in place?
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