Maror

Maror (מָרוֹר mārôr) also Marror, refers to the bitter herbs eaten at the Passover Seder in keeping with the biblical commandment "with bitter herbs they shall eat it." (Exodus 12:8).

Read more about Maror:  Biblical Source, Symbolism, Use At The Seder, Types of Maror

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Hillel The Elder - Hillel's Sandwich
... eat them as one, in fulfillment of the verse, "with matzot and maror they shall eat it."(Numbers 911) This sandwich apparently refers to traditional soft matzot rather than modern crisp ... practice is to emulate this by making a matzo, maror, (horseradish or lettuce) sandwich ... Repentant sinners at first brood bitterly (maror) over their past misdeeds ...
Types of Maror
... beetroot and sugar) the Code of Jewish Law Shulchan Aruch requires that maror be used as is, that is raw, and not cooked or mixed with salt, vinegar ...
Paysach - Maror
... Maror symbolizes the bitterness of slavery in Egypt ... The following verse from the Torah underscores that symbolism "And they embittered (ve-yimareru וימררו) their lives with hard labor, with mortar and with bricks and with all manner of labor in the field any labor that they made them do was with hard labor" (Exodus 114) ...
Passover Seder
... Matzo מצה – blessing before eating matzo Maror מרור – eating of the maror Koreich כורך – eating of a sandwich made of matzo and maror Shulchan oreich ...
Paysach - Passover Seder
... blessing before eating bread products Matzo מצה – blessing before eating matzo Maror מרור – eating of the maror Koreich כורך – eating of a sandwich made of matzo and maror ...