Karpas

Karpas (כַּרְפַּס) is one of the traditional rituals in the Passover Seder. It refers to the vegetable, usually parsley or celery, that is dipped in liquid (usually salt water) and eaten. Other customs are to use raw onion, or boiled potato. The word comes from the Greek `karpos` meaning a fresh raw vegetable. The karpas is traditionall.....
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Karpas

A green herb such as parsley or a green vegetable such as celery or watercress. It symbolizes spring.
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Karpas

A vegetable like parsley or romaine lettuce used in the Pesach Seder.
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