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#1 Posted : Friday, March 30, 2007 7:28:32 PM(UTC)

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Hello to everyone!

I'm going for next week, after the order. What comes ... Chol. Therefore I wanted advice about kosher for Passover food for the trip. At least for the first few days-what to take with us? What are the options? (Your partner makes the trip feel so besides rice.)

Thanks in advance, poetry

#2 Posted : Friday, March 30, 2007 7:48:34 PM(UTC)

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It's new. The mmmmmmmm:

Tuna, dried fruits, dry sausage, energy bars (kosher for Passover) Oops, I think a couple of days later no longer want something sweet. Of course, it is possible that various gambling, but it's pretty heavy to carry, and you have to throw the packaging in the trash, in the North. Sheep girls if you depart from the North then maybe pass every day at some grocery store or convenience store to buy things like fresh meat and not have to worry about training and dry food on the trail? Maybe guys as keepers give therefore better solutions than me.

Have a good time.

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