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Kos Shel Eliyahu
==Kos Shel Eliyahu==
# Many have the practice of pouring an extra glass of wine and leaving it at the table, referred to as the kos shel eliyahu <ref>Chok Yaakov Siman 480 </ref>
# One should immerse the kos of eliyahu used for the seder night without a beracha. <ref> [http://tvunah.org/2014/04/07/507/ Rav Osher Weiss] </ref>==Kittel==# Ashkenazim have a practice to wear a kittel for the seder.<ref>Taz 472:3, Mishna Brurah 472:12</ref># A mourner doesn't wear a kittel.<ref>The Rama 610:4 presents 2 reasons for wearing a kittel: to mimic the angels and to remember the day of death. The Taz 472:3 writes that a mourner doesn't wear a kittel for the first reason. Mishna Brurah 472:13 writes that the mourner doesn't wear a kittel but if he doesn't one shouldn't protest.</ref>
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