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Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 12:08 am
I am attempting to come up with a definitive list of all the things I need to buy to cook for Pesach. As I don't live someplace with a big Jewish grocery store, I am trying to fit all my shopping into 1 trip.

Can you please suggest any items that should go on my list? Thank you!
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Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 12:19 am
Try this.
One column is to write the quantity and the second column is to check off when you bought it.
Don't work too hard!
https://docs.google.com/spread.....VZVE#gid=0
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Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 12:24 am
Achdus wrote:
Try this.
One column is to write the quantity and the second column is to check off when you bought it.
Don't work too hard!
https://docs.google.com/spread.....VZVE#gid=0

Perfect- thanks SO much!!!!
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yummymummy









  


Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 1:11 am
I can't open the spreadsheet but don't you need to decide what recipes you are making first and then make sure you have all the ingredients?
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Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 6:40 am
yummymummy wrote:
I can't open the spreadsheet but don't you need to decide what recipes you are making first and then make sure you have all the ingredients?


Some of us look at all the ingredients we have in the house and then decide what we can make with them. Like an invention. Laughing
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whimsy









  


Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 9:11 am
what a great list. thanks for putting this together and sharing!
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dee's mommy









  


Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 10:19 am
Not really a list, but I learned long ago not to rely too much on specialty Pesach foods. (I do buy some, but I keep it minimal.) Besides matza, I mostly rely on the basics: meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt.
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Post  Sun, Mar 25 2012, 10:58 pm
matza
wine
grape juice
apple juice
orange juice
seltzer
water
oil for baking, cooking, frying, salads, and candles
lemon juice
mayonnaise
ketchup
potato starch
matza meal
spices
salt
sugar
cocoa
vanilla
baking powder
nuts
chocolate chips
chocolate
potato chips
eggs
cheese
yogurt
milk
roast
meat
ground meat
bone in chicken
chicken cutlets
chicken bones for soup
gefilte fish
salmon
romaine lettuce
potato
sweet potato
onions
garlic
carrot
beets
horseradish
parsnip
zucchini
kohlrabi
tomato
cucumber
eggplant
dill
frozen broccoli
apples
oranges
pears
bananas
candles
ma nishtana candles
candle holders
wicks
havdalla candle
besamim
bedikas chometz set
toothpaste, dish soap, etc if you need KLP
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Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 11:02 am
Achdus wrote:
Try this.
One column is to write the quantity and the second column is to check off when you bought it.
Don't work too hard!
https://docs.google.com/spread.....VZVE#gid=0
This is an amazing work of art! Thank you so much. It's so easy to compare to my not-so-organized list, delete and insert things as needed. I'm keeping it. Thanks again.
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Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 11:13 am
Quote:
ma nishtana candles


bedikas chometz set


OK, what are these?
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sarahd









  


Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 11:34 am
Mah nishtana lecht are very long candles, like tapers, that will burn many hours, hopefully till the end of the seder.

Bedikas chometz set is a wooden spoon, a feather and a candle. Also usually comes with a sheet that has the brochos and kol chamira texts. They don't sell those in Israel?
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ra_mom









  


Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 11:43 am
shalhevet wrote:
Quote:
ma nishtana candles


bedikas chometz set


OK, what are these?
Lol. It's just fluff I guess.
There seems to be an inyan to have the candles burn throughout the Seder. So these are just extra long candles. Kind of like the ones used at a candlelit dinner.
The Bedikas Chometz set is more of a chinuch thing. Comes with a shamesh like candle, large feather, and wooden spoon. The kids really get a kick out of us sweeping up the chometz with an actual feather and spoon.
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MrsDuby









  


Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 12:38 pm
if you send me your email address I can email you my pesach shopping list files....
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Achdus









  


Post  Mon, Mar 26 2012, 2:08 pm
I am so happy that you found this useful! Hope it helps! You can add and subtract whatever works for you. Have a chag Kasher vesameach!
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realeez









  


Post  Thu, Mar 29 2012, 11:09 am
Achdus, your list was an amazing help - THANK YOU!!!!

Shalhevet, we usually get from a tzedaka organization as bedikas chometz package (along with an envelope) which includes a wooden spoon, feather, and 10 little packets of bread cubes!
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