Eve gave Adam to eat. Only then they noticed that they were brazen. Brazen and naked are the same in Hebrew. How come Eve didn’t notice? Adam did neither. That’s the problem with a lack of humility. They didn’t realize they were brazen. They realized the other had become brazen.
After twenty generations, it was Abraham who was holy enough to become the Patriarch of the family that had to bring the Redeemer? That could be. But for sure, it was Sarah, at the next expulsion story, who was so holy that G^d could tell Abraham: Obey everything that she tells you (Genesis 21:12). This was the correction of Adam’s mistake to simply do what Eve told him (Genesis 3:6). The virtue of our women got us out of Egypt; it was Matriarch Sarah who started this leadership.
(BTW: I find it entirely plausible that every People will have its own redeemer. And that, in the end, they’ll conclave and elect their leader from among them. And then, I wouldn’t be surprised if all chose the Jewish one unanimously. After all, we coined the concept, didn’t we?)
There is a holy difference of opinion between the Sages which was the forbidden fruit. One said an olive, one said a grape, one said an etrog, one said a pomegranate, one said a fig, and one said wheat (then a tree).
What was wrong with the fruit was not the fruit itself but that it could go together with chameitz. The rectification of the Original Mistake is to eat Matzo. Once a year. The un-bloated un-brazen incorruptible bread.
So, to obey your wife is the every-day cancellation, to eat Matzo is the yearly celebration of combating this bloated-ness leaven gives us. (Don’t complain Matzo is hard to eat. That’s the white stuff. Eat it whole-wheat and you’ll feel great. The original Pesach bread against the original sin.)