The Meaning of the Seder Plate
Other items on the Table set
A bowl of salt water, which is used for the first "dipping" of the Seder, is placed on or beside the seder plate.
There is a plate of three whole matzot, which are stacked and separated from each other by cloths or napkins. The middle matzah will be broken and half of it put aside for the afikoman. Matza is flat bread and symbolises the yeast less bread that was eaten by the Hebrews after they were set free.
Over the years, Pesach has often been used as an occasion for political or social commentary yielding in some new, more modern additions to the seder plate.
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