I feel a little foolish about asking this question. On the Kosher Costco Facebook Group, someone posted the following question: “Anyone know if Chinet paper plates have Pesach Certification this year? Star KHG holds that you need certification for paper.” Someone even suggested that parchment paper requires special Pesach Certification! Seriously … Is this for real? Does the fact that we are Sephardic make a difference?

When we retired, we downsized to a smaller residence. We simply do not have the ability to store separate serving pieces, cookware, cutlery, cooking utensils, not to mention multiple sets of dishware for Pesach. We Kasher the kitchenware / dishware that we absolutely need and use paper plates, paper bowls, etc., for every holiday meal. No matter how diligently we try to simplify and streamline our Passover preparations, it is always physically exhausting and emotionally stressful. I confess, when I read that Facebook post, my gut reaction was: I am getting too old for this sh*t (pardon my language)!

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