It Is about Passover and Its Traditional Foods
Blessed are You Lord our G-d, King of the universe, Who makes a distinction between sacred and secular, between Israel and the other nations, between the seventh day and six working days. You are blessed, Lord, Who makes a distinction between the sacred and the secular.
Cleaning Up: Before you rush out to buy or order in a pizza, remember, you have a lot of cleaning up to do. All the Passover dishes, foods, ritual objects etc.should be cleaned and put away in an organized fashion before chametz is brought back to the house. If you take a little extra time now, it will no doubt make your life easier the next year when you start all over.
Also, remember that your rabbi needs time to arrange to sell back to you your chametz. That usually takes about two hours after the holiday is over. So you can't eat any chametz from you own cabinets for several hours after the holiday. To do so is considered stealing belongs of another.
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