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Passover Planner Passing over bread at breakfast

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Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 9:12 am

While I love Passover, I find breakfast the most challenging meal during the holiday of unleavened bread. Removing foods made with flour and grains from breakfast menus means digging deep into the creative side of my brain.

During the holiday’s eight days, I shy away from making eggs because so many eggs are consumed at Passover lunches and dinners. I serve a lot of fruit with yogurt or cottage cheese.

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