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1. The Gemara discusses whether one recites, in Kidush, the blessing on the wine first or the blessing on the day first.
2. This dispute (#1) applies to all types of Kidush.
3. The Mishnah mentions that the Seder plate is brought to the table.
4. There is a dispute about whether it is a Mitzvah to eat Charoses on the night of Pesach.
5. While various types of cooked dishes may be used, the Gemara says that Rava used beets and rice.


1. Beis Shamai: One first recites the blessing on the day, and then the blessing on the wine. Beis Hillel: One first recites the blessing on the wine, and then the blessing on the day.
2. Beis Shamai: The blessing is first recited on the holiness of the day, since that is the reason why the wine is being used. Beis Hillel: Since one does not recite Kidush without wine, the blessing on the wine should be recited first.
3. The Seder plate contains Matzah, Maror, Chazeres (that is, Karpas; a vegetable other than Maror is preferably used), Charoses, and two cooked dishes.
4. Tana Kama: It is not a Mitzvah. Rebbi Shimon: It is a Mitzvah.
5. Rav Yosef says that one should use two types of meat as a remembrance of the Korban Pesach and Korban Chagigah that were brought on Erev Pesach.

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