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Roasted Egg – Beitzah - My Jewish Learning

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The beitzah (ביצה) is an egg. (You’ve heard of them before.) To prepare this one, simply hard-boil an egg, then give it a little roast on the stove-top on ...

Beitzah » The Sipping Seder

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On the seder plate, beitzah is said to remind us of the other festival sacrifice offered in the Temple in Jerusalem. It is represented by a baked egg and symbolizes ...

Passover | Passover Sedar Tip: Egg or Beitzah

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Egg or Beitzah. On the Passover Seder plate lies a roasted Egg, or Beitzah in Hebrew. The egg symbolizes many different things. 1) The roundness of the egg resembles ...

Beitzah | Toronto Star

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Beitzah Beitzah, an egg (most often hard-boiled), is a symbol of mourning; in this case, the loss of the Temple in Jerusalem. Here, the egg is poached and served over ...

Beitzah (Egg) - Jewish Knowledge Base

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Beitzah (Egg): (a) a hard-boiled egg used on the Passover Seder plate; (b) a tractate of the Talmud dealing primarily with the laws of the holidays

Masechet Beitzah: Daf 4B – The Havdalah Of Rav Asi After ...

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Talmud - Beitzah (E) - Halakhah.com

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talmud - mas. beitzah 2a c h a p t e r i mishnah . [if] an egg is laid on a festival-day, beth shammai1 say: it may be eaten [on the same day], but beth hillel1 ...

Beitza (Talmud) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Beitza (Hebrew: ביצה ‎) or Bei'a (Aramaic: ביעה) (literally "egg", named after the first word) is a tractate in the Order of Moed, dealing with the laws of ...

Moed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Moed (Hebrew: מועד, "Festivals") is the second Order of the Mishnah, the first written recording of the Oral Torah of the Jewish people (also the Tosefta and Talmud).

Beitza - Egg - The Seder Plate - Jewish Kids

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A hard-boiled egg. The Beitza is to remind us of the Chagigah (Festival Offering) in the Holy Temple. We use two dishes, and Beitza: one as a reminder of the Passover ...