During Passover, we are commanded not to have any chametz in our possession. Chametz includes any food that is made out of grain that has been allowed to rise (ferment), including items like bread, cakes, breakfast cereals, pastas, many liquors and more. Any chametz that was in the possession during Passover is forbidden, even after Passover ends.
The “Sale of Chametz,” in which the food is “sold” before Passover, is the simple solution. After the holiday, the items are sold back, and it can once again be enjoyed.
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