Our Seder plates include five items:
• zeroa , a roasted shank bone representing the Paschal lamb, the holiday offering made
in Temple days (vegetarians today often use a roasted beet for its blood-red color, or a
roasted sweet potato for the pun of calling it the Paschal Yam;)
• beitzah , a roasted egg (symbol of re/birth)
• maror , the bitter herb (usually horseradish), symbolizing the bitterness of slavery;
• karpas , the green vegetable, symbolizing spring growth and renewal;
• charoset , a mixture of apples/nuts/cinnamon (following a common Ashkenazic
recipe) or dates/nuts/honey (following a common Sefardic one), representing the clay
or mortar used by the Israelite slaves.
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