By Elizabeth Sheer, Cheapism.com
Passover is the favorite holiday of many Jewish Americans. It begins with a seder (say'-dur), the ritual-filled meal that retells and metaphorically relives the experience of the biblical exodus of Israelite slaves from Egypt. The seder is held on the first and usually second night of this eight-day festival and gathers together family and friends for a long evening of eating, discussing, and singing while following time-honored traditions that celebrate the journey from slavery to freedom.Celebrate passover on the cheap!
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The word "seder" means order, so there is a set way that the rituals unfold. Within that order, though, is opportunity for individualization. If you're hosting and must stick to a budget, rest assured that a meaningful cheap Passover seder is well within reach. The following tips can make this night no different from other nights in terms of saving money.
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