Passover begins Tuesday. In preparation, check out some little-known facts about the Jewish festival holiday. (via TIME.com)
Passover celebrates the day Jews were freed from slavery in Egypt. Those observing remove leavened bread from their homes and diets: a tribute to ancient Israelites who left Egypt before their bread had time to rise. But matzoh in the supermarket marks only one of many methods of celebration.
Scallion-whipping, kosher Coca-Cola and delectable dairy-free desserts also help celebrate the holiday. For the full list of things you don’t know about Passover, head to TIME.com.
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