Z'roa - a 'roasted bone' that represents the Passover sacrifice offered while the Temple stood in Jerusalem
Beitza - a roasted egg, representing both the Passover offering and the cycle of life and death
Maror - A bitter herb, which reminds us of the bitterness of enslavement
Charoset - A mixture of fruit, nuts, wine and spices, which represents the mortar our ancestors used to build the pyramids
Karpas - A green vegetable, which symbolizes hope and renewal
Chazeret - A second bitter vegetable, again reminding us of the harshness of slavery
and an Orange - acknowledging the role of women in Jewish myths, community and society overall
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