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Old 04-18-2019, 10:31 AM
 
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(Also, can anyone recommend a kosher-for-P breakfast cereal? The ones I've tried taste like cardboard, and it's a punishment to get through a bowl.)

Manischewitz makes cereal products that are kosher for Passover. Check out their matzoh granola (that you can order from Amazon):

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PWTTQLL...4a9ca45aa&th=1

and Sunny O's:

https://www.amazon.com/Manischewitz-...GBCCCTWGE&th=1

I haven't tried them, so I can't tell you whether these particular Manischewitz products are tasty or not. I don't much care for their wine.
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Old 04-18-2019, 02:29 PM
 
Location: Booth Texas
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MQ, just for taking the trouble to look up about kitniyot, you deserve an honorary Jewish name that is an anagram of your screen name.

Yemina Q. Gutheim
= I am Mightyqueen

Yemina (ימינה): Hebrew name meaning "right hand," signifying strength.

Gutheim (גוטהיים): Yiddish/Ashkenazic surname, meaning "from a good home."
Now I am going o call Queeny,'' Yemina,'' I really like that and I wonder if Yemina is derived from a female Benjamin. Doesn't Benjamin mean,'' Son of the right hand?''

I am so jealous Queeny, let me just try it out,'' If Y'all see Yemina, tell her I am looking for her, just tell Yemina to hollar out and I will hear her.''
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Old 04-18-2019, 02:38 PM
 
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Manischewitz makes cereal products that are kosher for Passover. Check out their matzoh granola (that you can order from Amazon):

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PWTTQLL...4a9ca45aa&th=1

and Sunny O's:

https://www.amazon.com/Manischewitz-...GBCCCTWGE&th=1

I haven't tried them, so I can't tell you whether these particular Manischewitz products are tasty or not. I don't much care for their wine.
Thanks, Rachel.

And Manischewitz wine? Difficult for me to get through four cups of that.....even their "dry" version is way too sweet.

Also, who here knew you could have WHITE wine for the Seder? (Probably everyone but me!) I learned that little tidbit at last year's Chabad Seder.
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Old 04-18-2019, 03:50 PM
 
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1. I think there is some disagreement that green beans were ever kitniyot

2. If keeping minhagim (Customs that approach the force of law) is important to you, then don't eat them

3. Some people eat "new world" kitniyot - items like corn, that were not known to the rabbis when the idea of kitniyot was established but that were later assimilated to the concept/

Personally I will try to avoid old world kitniyot on pesach where possible, but when its inconvenient to avoid them I will eat them, and I would certainly eat them when a guest in a sephardic home. And I will eat derivatives of them, mostly.
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Old 04-18-2019, 04:15 PM
 
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Now I am going o call Queeny,'' Yemina,'' I really like that and I wonder if Yemina is derived from a female Benjamin. Doesn't Benjamin mean,'' Son of the right hand?''

Well spotted, Hannibal!


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I am so jealous Queeny, let me just try it out,'' If Y'all see Yemina, tell her I am looking for her, just tell Yemina to hollar out and I will hear her.''
Aw, don't be jealous. If you like, I'll anagram a Jewish name for you, too. I can anagram something out of your screen name, or even your actual name. If you do choose to use your actual name, I would only ask that you scramble up the letters in your name for privacy.
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Old 04-18-2019, 04:19 PM
 
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Thanks, Rachel.

And Manischewitz wine? Difficult for me to get through four cups of that.....even their "dry" version is way too sweet.

I know, right? That stuff sets my teeth on edge.


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Also, who here knew you could have WHITE wine for the Seder? (Probably everyone but me!) I learned that little tidbit at last year's Chabad Seder.
I'm bringing a bottle of k-for-P white wine (Baron Herzog's chenin blanc) to our Community Seder. It's one of my favorites!
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Old 04-18-2019, 06:44 PM
 
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Well spotted, Hannibal!


Aw, don't be jealous. If you like, I'll anagram a Jewish name for you, too. I can anagram something out of your screen name, or even your actual name. If you do choose to use your actual name, I would only ask that you scramble up the letters in your name for privacy.
My first name is Joel, but many people have been blessed with new names.
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Old 04-18-2019, 07:17 PM
 
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My first name is Joel, but many people have been blessed with new names.

Well, just "Joel" doesn't really give me enough letters to work with. So I'll do your screen name instead.

Anshil Bnaia Vulf
= Hannibal Flavius

Anshil (אנשיל): Yiddish form of the Hebrew name Asher, meaning "blessed, fortunate."

Bnaia (בניה): Hebrew name, meaning "G-d builds up." In the Bible, Bnaia was a commander in King David's army.

Vulf (וואלף): Yiddish, meaning "wolf." This is a symbolic name for those who identify with the Tribe of Benjamin, which is symbolized by a wolf.
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Old 04-19-2019, 10:51 AM
 
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Well, just "Joel" doesn't really give me enough letters to work with. So I'll do your screen name instead.

Anshil Bnaia Vulf
= Hannibal Flavius

Anshil (אנשיל): Yiddish form of the Hebrew name Asher, meaning "blessed, fortunate."

Bnaia (בניה): Hebrew name, meaning "G-d builds up." In the Bible, Bnaia was a commander in King David's army.

Vulf (וואלף): Yiddish, meaning "wolf." This is a symbolic name for those who identify with the Tribe of Benjamin, which is symbolized by a wolf.
That is just awesome, and it really is a big deal to me to wake up on Unleavened bread on the Eve of Passover and a Jew gives me an awesome new name. I feel like that like that little beast in the ring who was waiting on somebody to present him some clothes to gain his freedom lol.
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Old 04-19-2019, 01:15 PM
 
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That is just awesome, and it really is a big deal to me to wake up on Unleavened bread on the Eve of Passover and a Jew gives me an awesome new name. I feel like that like that little beast in the ring who was waiting on somebody to present him some clothes to gain his freedom lol.
Do what?....
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