Now we partake of the charoset, which symbolizes the mortar which our enslaved ancestors used for building. Though the labor was bitter, it was made bearable by the sweetness of hope. We combine some charoset with some maror between two pieces of matzoh to soften the bitterness of suffering. This is known as the "Hillel sandwich" after one of the most famous of all Rabbis.
You may now eat everything in sight, but save room for dinner.
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