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Imaginative recipes will please meatless Passover celebrants

Susan and Joe Sharfstein prepare a vegetable gateau, perfect for a vegetarian Passover meal, at their home in Niskayuna.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Susan and Joe Sharfstein prepare a vegetable gateau, perfect for a vegetarian Passover meal, at their home in Niskayuna.
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If there’s no brisket, it’s no problem. For fish eaters, there are many traditional and unique ways to celebrate Passover with meat-free dishes. Passover Seder is an opportunity to cook up a sumptuous feast, sans meat, that can be enjoyed by vegetarians, pescetarians and meat-eaters alike.

Barbara Wasser of Niskayuna eats meat, but two of her three children don’t. “When we visit, we eat like they do,” Wasser said, who heads to the Pacific ...

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