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And behold, you have honored the Sabbath absent any meat. (Zulat meaning "none" or "other.") The mystical being in Magid Mesharim also advises those on a high spiritual level to avoid eating meat on Rosh Hashana, so it wouldn't surprise me if it also says there's no need for it on Shabbat. (What to make of Magid Mesharim ... and how Rabbi Karo ...


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This article says: Today, in the absence of the Temple, the mitzvah of the Korban Pesach is memorialized in the form of a symbolic food placed on the Passover Seder Plate, which is usually a roasted shankbone. Ashkenazic Jews have a custom of not eating lamb or goat during the Seder in deference to the absence of the Temple. Many Sephardic Jews, ...



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