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5 Tips for Keeping Your Passover Seder Eco-Friendly


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Passover is a holiday that's full of tradition — so why not look to the ways of the past when planning your Passover Seder this year, and keep things eco-friendly? After all, your ancestors definitely did not have paper plates or plastic cups when they were fleeing Egypt. So if you're participating in the holiday in 2019, read on for five tips to keep your Passover seder as zero-waste as possible.

This year, Passover begins in the evening of Friday, April 19, and concludes in the evening of Saturday, April 27. During the first two nights of the eight-day holiday, Jewish people traditionally sit down to a Passover Seder, which are festive meals in celebration of the holiday.