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Posted: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 12:00 pm

The Sun Belt is so yesterday.

For decades, the Passover all-inclusive holiday has become a mainstay for a certain subset of Orthodox Jews with expendable income. Families that observe the holiday and its strict dietary laws can ditch the cleaning, the koshering and the cooking for eight days in the sun, with all of their kosher-for-Passover meals taken care of – including two seders and all their trappings.

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