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If you’re like many people, the cost of Pesach can be pretty overwhelming. Between the pounds brisket, the dozens (and dozens) of eggs, and the liters of wine – not to mention all those kosher for Passover specialty items – a week of Pesach can cost two to three times an entire month’s worth of groceries.
But it doesn’t have to. You can still make a stunning seder, with all your family and friends, and enjoy delicious chol ha’moed meals without killing your budget or running up your credit card bills.
Think it’s impossible? Here are four questions to ask yourself so that this Pesach will indeed be different.