Do sefardim have Sushi at their pesach seder?

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    tantali
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    I have never been to a sefardik seder and thought it would be kind of neat to have sushi at the seder. Can they also use soy sauce?

    #1149676

    Mammele
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    Sushi is not a traditional Sephardi food, so I’d guess it’s not the norm for the Seder.

    But what I wanted to say is that soy sauce is chometz, not just kitniyos.

    #1149677

    zahavasdad
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    They sell Quinoa Sushi, so you can have your Sushi at the Seder

    #1149678

    Geordie613
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    …as long as it’s not roasted.

    #1149679

    tantali
    Member

    Quinoa Sushi- gross. Thanks ill stick with my matzah, chicken and potato kugel.

    #1149680

    zahavasdad
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    food is very personal choice. I do not belive anyone should have to eat something they dont like

    #1149681

    nishtdayngesheft
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    What type of keeping to mesorah is it to make sushi with Quinoa?

    Eli hoyu shom lo hoya nigol

    Besides, of they dip into soy sauce it would be three items that are dipped and mah nishtana would be all messed up.

    #1149682

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I do not belive anyone should have to eat something they dont like

    What if someone doesn’t like matzah or marror?

    #1149683

    zahavasdad
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    What if someone doesn’t like matzah or marror?

    Its a Mitzvah to eat a Kezays and you dont have to eat Chazon Ish portions either of that however there is no other food that I know of that its a Mitzvah to specifically eat that. Also marror is not one item, there are several choices, You can eat Lettuce , Horseradish or Endive

    #1149684

    zahavasdad
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    People will find this hard to belive, but I dont eat chocolate Cake (Passover or Not Passover)

    #1149685

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Why is soy sauce chametz

    #1149686

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    Soy Sauce cotains roasted grain

    #1149687

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Quinoa has bugs.

    #1149689

    MDG
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    Not all soy sauce has grain. I have had gluten free soy sauce, although I would still suspect that the keilim were used with grain.

    I believe that I have seen imitation soy sauce KFP

    #1149690

    mazal77
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    You may have seen kosher for Pesach Imitation soy sauce, but did you ever taste it??!! Yuck, bought it once, will not buy again. We can live with out it for a week.

    #1149691

    Mammele
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    It seems the wheat in soy sauce is actually fermented, among other ingredients. This from one company’s website:

    All-purpose Kikkoman Soy Sauce is traditionally brewed from wheat, soybeans, water and salt. Like fine wine, Kikkoman Soy Sauce is aged for several months to develop its characteristic rich, yet mellow flavor, appetizing aroma and distinctive reddish-brown color.

    #1149692

    Sam2
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    I believe La Choy soy sauce is completely gluten free and tastes completely normal.

    #1149693

    oomis
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    La Choy I believe is GF, and though we don’t use soy sauce on Pesach, that GF certified brand HAS to be grain free or Celiacs cannot use it. Kikkoman is not grain free. And as to whether Sefardim eat sushi at the Sedarim – only if they like sushi.

    #1149694

    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    there are gluten free grain products

    #1149695

    dovrosenbaum
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    1) Quinoa from Israel can indeed have bugs, and requires checking.

    2) Quinoa sushi is made in some KFP establishments in Queens and other places. There is KFP quinoa, nori sheets, and imitation soy sauce all available for Pesach use.

    3) I’m not crazy for sushi year round. I can go months without eating it.

    #1149696

    oilyhair
    Member

    im sefardi and we dont have sushi at our seder. do you have sushi every single shabbos night meal? do you have corn every night for supper? generally speaking, sushi isnt a seder type of food, so just cuz we can eat it, doesnt mean we will…

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