You may have heard of a Passover Seder – but did you know many people celebrate Tu B’Shevat with a Seder too? Jewish kabbalists in the 16th and 17th centuries created a special ritual, modeled after Passover, which celebrated God’s presence in the natural world. You can just join the zoom OR if you want to fully participate you will need ….
White and Red Wine or Grape Juice – enough for 4 small glasses/person
Wheat product, such as bread, cake, or cookies. You can bake your own or buy something!
Tastings from 4 categories of fruits or nuts (Dried or Fresh), split onto a separate plate or tray – you can have just one representative from each group or a few – as specified below:
4. Fruit with an inedible hard, outer covering and edible inside (like walnut, almond, coconut, melon, citrus)
5. Fruit with edible outside but inedible pit inside (like olive, date, peach, apricot)
6. Fruit that has a shell and pit (avocado, mango, watermelon)
7. Fruit that is entirely edible (like berries, figs, grapes)
Meeting ID: 881 6477 8384