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Passover Planner How to be a good seder guest

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Posted: Wednesday, April 6, 2016 10:00 am

People who’ve never been to a Passover seder might be feeling a bit intimidated at the prospect. This guide should help first-time seder-goers relax. Share it with friends and family who have never been to a seder before, so they too may enjoy the celebration, discussion and lots of tasty food.

What should I wear? People usually dress up a little for the seder, but it’s best to ask your host ahead of time, as seder attire can run the gamut from jeans and T-shirts to suit-and-tie. You’ll probably eat a lot, however, so don’t wear anything with a tight-fitting waist!

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