Holidays in Judaism are heavy on the symbolism. Those symbols are usually foods. At Rosh Hashanna this is all things sweet, new harvest foods. Great sounds easy. Then you learn that it is almost all heavy in either dairy or eggs. Thankfully nothing traditional features nuts, (there are some who say they should be avoided by everyone at this meal) so we are safe from repeating the haroset at Passover that I was terrified my unwitting child would get into when I wasn’t looking.