Real Food Holidays – Passover 2011

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Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival - Passover 2011 Edition

Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival – Passover 2011. Link up your holiday recipes and share your menu ideas and tips.

Join the conversation by leaving your recipes in the comments below. Bloggers: link up your posts using the linky tools.

Passover commemorates the Jewish exodus from Egypt after 400 years of slavery. Eating Matza is the most known observance of the holiday – the unleavened bread, similar to what the Jews ate after rushing to leave Egypt and not having time for their bread to rise. Chametz is forbidden on Passover which includes anything made from the the five major grains – wheat, rye, barley, oats, and spelt – that can still rise. Some traditions also avoid Kitniyot – rice, corn, peanuts, and legumes.

Bloggers

1. Share a post from your blog using the linky tool below.
2. Please link back to this post (Real Food Digest | Real Food Holidays – Passover).
3. Leave a comment after linking.

If you don’t have a blog, please share your recipes and tips in the comments section.

Remember to keep it realwhole foods, without artificial ingredients, trans fats, and highly refined flours/sugars.

Find More Holiday Recipes at Previous Real Food Holidays Blog Carnivals:

Sukkot 2010
Rosh Hashana 2010

Hannukah 2010

More Passover Around the Web:

Battle of the Matzoh Balls – Epicurious
Seder for Two, Please: Restaurants Court Tradition – New York Times
My Jar of Hametz – The Jew and The Carrot
Michal Ansky Celebrates Spring’s Bounty on Passover – Jewish Journal
Fermentation and Pesach – Old Growth Yiddishkeit
A Passover Recipe as Easy as Matzo Pie – NPR
Green Passover: Taking Responsibility for People and Planet – Huffington Post
A Seder without Matza and 17 Passover Recipes from the LA Times Test Kitchen– LA Times
Healthy, Sustainable Passover Resources – The Jew and the Carrot
Greening Passover – COEJL

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