As you read this, the Pesach shopping season is over. You may already have held a seder or two.
So we’re sorry if you heart breaks when you see these pictures of Passover convenience foods you might not have had the chance to buy this year.
Forget the all-in-one-container seder plate fixings (egg, shank bone, maror, etc. ) which surprised our correspondent so much that she was too overcome to snap a clear picture.
What about this single-serving piece of romaine lettuce for maror? Certified bug-free. And implicitly guaranteed to be a “kezayis” — literally, the olive size required by the Talmud, but understood to be several square inches of lettuce. (We are, though, a bit concerned that the mashgiach isn’t said to have measured it himself.)
And the kosher for Passover toilet paper? All we can say is: It’s about time.