While we were in captivity in Egypt under the cruel reign of Pharaoh, we were forced to make bricks to build his palaces from straw, hay and mud. To remember the harshness of our affliction all those thousands of years ago, we eat charoset every year at Passover.
The taste is deliberately sweet, because with God, even in the midst of our pain and suffering, sweetness can still be found.
See more teahcing on Pesach / Passover here.
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