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Mar 22, 2021

don't forget the salt water...

In previous years before Pesach we have seen stores selling the most banal of items that could easily be made at home with almost no effort - such as packages of 10 small pieces of bread for bedikat chametz. Such as hard boiled eggs. There was also packages of crumbs for the birds sold for Shabbos Shira. And pre-prepared salt water has been sold before as well.

The current version of pre-prepared salt water being sold is making the rounds right now.


It is pretty easy to make salt water. This isn't one of those things that should really have much of a market. Maybe if they were using mineral water it would at least be similar to people who buy bottled water rather than drinking from the tap. 

This year with the seder on Motzei Shabbos and the need to prepare the salt water in advance, this might be an easy solution, if not a bit expensive, to avoid forgetting to prepare it until it is too late.

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  1. "...this might be an easy solution..."

    I like what you did there.

  2. Well think of it this way, Will they sell any? I don't know is there a market for it? I also don't know. But what I do know is that glattmart has gotten free advertising by having their store labelled item become viral and the message is we carry everything you need for Pesach and even things no-one needs. Good for them if deliberate then super brilliant

  3. I just want to know if it is Kosher LPesach. The hechsher shown in the picture isnt clear enough to determine that

    1. Depends for whom. Maybe they have seven or eight hechsherim, and they are printed so small, you can't read them.

  4. Do they carry ground horseradish?
    I had a hard time finding it last year in Brooklyn.


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