VEGETABLES It is customary not to eat rice, maize (sweet corn) and leguminous (pulse) vegetables such as all beans and peas (including string beans) because of their similarity to the five grains (wheat, barley, oats, rye and spelt) which are actual chametz. These are called “KITNIYOT” (This custom is not widely practised amongst Sephardim - ask your rabbi for guidance. See Kitniyot section).
Fresh raw vegetables must be thoroughly checked for insects.
FRESH CUT VEGETABLES
|THE FRUIT MAN|
|P||Vegetable Platters & Gift Baskets||www.fruitman.com.au | Ph: 0403 258 921|
|UNCLE TONY'S FRUIT BARN|
|A batch of cut, peeled and processed fresh vegetables and fruit will be prepared under the strict supervision of The Kashrut Authority. Please contact Mr Paul Lahood of Uncle Tony's Fruit Barns on 0419 280 747 to place your order for the "Passover Production".|