Unique Seder Traditions

The centerpiece of Passover is the seder, but no two seders are exactly alike. And depending on whose home you’re in, traditions taking place may look, feel, taste and sound entirely different.

For example, did you know that for Yemenite Jews, matzah is more like pita than it is a dry, crumbly cracker? Or that Persian Jews have a tradition to whack each other with green onion whilst singing "Dayenu" (to remind us of the slave drivers in Egypt)?

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Source: https://jewishunpacked.com/5-unique-passover-traditions-from-around-the-world/