If you’re bitter, you’ll love Maror. It refers to the Bitter Herb (Ertlinger), often horseradish of the sliced, chopped or grated variety, but sometimes romaine lettuce. Its flavor can run from mild to five-alarm-fire, and it's meant to remind us of the bitterness of oppression.
That’s actually its normal, David. You can say "ew," if you want. But you still have to eat some because of symbolism.
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