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You have asked yourself more than once why some Jewish rituals are carried out. Understanding the many customs and traditions that are associated with Judaic celebrations and heritage makes participating more memorable and enjoyable. Why do you light two or more candles on Friday night? What is Eshet Chayil? And many more questions about Jewish tradition. There are many traditions rooted in Judaism. Those traditions start with biblical life and were adapted along Jewish life in Canaan and later in the Diaspora. Today many Judaic traditions have been revived. The range of the Judaic traditions is almost unending. We do things without really reflecting that they are traditional as we are almost conditioned to do it by the deeds of so many generations before us. Judaism is a set of beliefs and practices originating in the Bible. The traditions of Jewish belief are transferred from Father to sun, from mother to daughter and still being practiced today. Gans is happy to present you with various Jewish traditions that will give you a better insight as to the origin of the traditions and the how they are performed as a special treat you will find an array of Jewish recipes and Jewish holiday recipes that are easy to prepare. Included are recipes used for traditional holidays such as Passover Seder, Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah and others. Please scroll down the Jewish Tradition menu to read and learn about the many Jewish traditions and customs that interest you.