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The act, process, or experience of consuming food.

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The haggadah (several copies that I've looked at, so I'm assuming this is universal?) tells us when eating certain foods at the seder to recline or lean to the left. I understand why we lean (the …
asked Mar 17 '13 by Monica Cellio
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The haggadah instructs us to eat specific matzot from the three on the plate at different times in the seder. Haggadot I've seen offer various explanations of the symbolism, and seem to treat these a …
asked Jan 22 '18 by Monica Cellio
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There were two special trees in Gan Eden. In the case of the tree of knowledge of good and bad, we know that eating from it once produced a permanent effect. Was this true for the tree of life too … , or was that more like a "maintenance" tree that you had to keep eating from to live forever? The reason I ask is that initially Adam and Chava were permitted to eat from that tree. Once they ate …
asked Feb 27 '13 by Monica Cellio