For hundreds of years, Passover Seder meals have looked remarkably similar in households across the world.

Alongside the matzah are symbolic foods including a flame-broiled egg, bitter lettuce and roasted shank bone as well as raw veggies and a cinnamon-scented fruity dip.

A typical Seder dinner menu begins with chicken-and-matzah-ball soup and a fish appetizer followed by poultry, lamb or beef and topped off by a cake made with multiple eggs for leavening.

Today, this picture is starting to look out of sync with animal-free dietary trends.

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