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matzah

Unleavened bread eaten at Passover.
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Noun1.matzah - brittle flat bread eaten at Passovermatzah - brittle flat bread eaten at Passover
bread, breadstuff, staff of life - food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
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Carnie teaches Brooke Burke her Matzah ball soup recipe and shares why food has been such an important sentimental part of her life.
Rabbi Fogelman said the most important Passover tradition for him, personally, is to make sure every Jewish person he meets has a piece of shmurah matzah.
Oddly, since the Eucharist is increasingly understood to be unleavened bread, matzah becomes a stand-in for the category of food offered to idols; as such it is particularly dangerous.
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Some also believe it is inappropriate to share matzah with a non-Jew.
The evening is anchored by the drinking, over the course of the evening, of four cups of wine recalling the four times when the Israelites are described as being redeemed, eating Matzah, and bitter herbs, and other symbolic foods including vegetable dipped in salt water and hard boiled eggs.
The domestic observance of Passover, no longer prioritizing the paschal lamb, gave new status to matzah as the chief Passover food.
A coil-bound, hard-cover, 128 page, profusely illustrated collection of more than 80 wonderfully 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes, the dishes comprising "Get Cooking: A Jewish American Family Cookbook" range from Shabbat Winter Stew; Pomegranate Barbecue Chicken; Pizza Fondue; and Lamb Kufte Kebabs; to Garlic-Chive Matzah Balls; Southwestern Pulled Brisket Sukko-Tacos; Mini Sweet Potato Knishes; and Super 3-Bean Chili Bowl.
224) In a particularly impressive feat, Polland and Soyer mine census data and cross-tabulate this data with applications for free matzah, thus revealing the continued devotion of many New York Jews to Jewish practice even after they migrated to new neighborhoods.
Though the old Christian European blood libel against the Jews has gained some currency in the Middle East in recent decades, I don't recall anyone suggesting that the IDF had killed al-Dura to siphon off his blood to bake matzah, or unleavened bread, for Passover.
HYJH) Matzah is a brittle, flat and cracker-like bread eaten at Passover to commemorate what the Israelites ate once leaving Egypt.
They dipped parsley in salt water and made Hillel sandwiches out of matzah bread and a mixture of apples, cinnamon and nuts called charoset.