In preparation of Passover, the holiday that celebrates Jews’ freedom from Pharaoh in Egypt, Jews clear their homes of “chametz” — leavened bread, cake and similar foods.
To do a really thorough job involves more than one person. One person will hide about 10 pieces of bread the day before the holiday begins. Another family member, with flashlight or lighted candle, will carefully search the home to find every last crumb.
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