Why does the Pesach Korban in Lev 22:30 have to be eaten in its entirety and nothing should remain till next morning?

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  • Which Korbanot don't need to be eaten in their entirety? In fact more generally, which food is allowed to be wasted? – Double AA Feb 28 at 2:31
  • It's like all korbanos – sam Feb 28 at 2:31
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    I understand its a Korbanot, but what is the rationale behind it, is there a deeper spiritual meaning? – user18783 Feb 28 at 2:49
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  • Lev. 22:30 is about the Korban Todah - Thanksgiving Offering, not the Korban Pesach. Please edit to clarify which of these you're asking about, or both. If you're asking about the Korban Pesach, please replace your Torah reference with one that refers to it. – Isaac Moses Feb 28 at 14:19