Only five grains can ferment to become chometz (leavened); why are so many more forbidden during Pesach? Join Rabbi Mintz, OU Kashruth Rabbinic Coordinator charged with recording OU P’sak and Policy, in a thorough exploration of the topic of Kitniyot (“legumes”). How did such a custom start among the Ashkenazim? To what foods does it apply? What about derivatives like citric acid and corn syrup? What if an Ashkenazi is invited to his Sephardic in-laws for a Pesach meal? You won’t want to miss this informative presentation.
Kitniyot: The Next Best Thing to Chametz
February 26, 2007