azym

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azym

(ˈæzɪm) or

azyme

n
(Judaism) unleavened bread
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Les biscottes, pain grill[euro]u[c], hosties, cachets vides pour m[euro]u[c]dicaments et similaires, pain traditionnel et autres produits assimil[euro]u[c]s (matloue koucha, kessra cheair...), pain azyme ou matz[euro]u[c], biscuits de mer et autres produits de la boulangerie ordinaire, produits de viennoiseries pr[euro]u[c]par[euro]u[c]s par m[euro]u[c]thode traditionnelle (brioche, petit pain, croissant....), g[euro]uAoteaux traditionnels, g[euro]uAoteaux [euro]u base d'amandes, de noix, de pistache (beklawa, dzeriette, kenidlette....) ainsi que les g[euro]uAoteaux traditionnels et orientaux [euro]u base de farines, kaak, g[euro]uAoteau sec et mouscoutchou sont [euro]u[c]galement inclus dans la liste.
Smith, And Taking Bread: Cerularius and the Azyme Controversy of 1054 (Paris: Beauchesne, 1978).
But what remains in the south and all over France is a fondness for certain old, distinctly Jewish dishes like eggplant papeton (an eggplant mousse) and matzoh, which the French call pain azyme. It was baked in the matzoh oven, which was in the basement of the synagogues.
The standard works are three books in English: Steven Runciman, The Eastern Schism (Oxford: Clarendon, 1955); Mahlon Smith, III, And Taking Bread...: Cerularius and the Azyme Controversy of 1054 (Paris: Beauchesne, 1978); and Henry Chadwick, East and West: The Making of a Rift in the Church from Apostolic Times until the Council of Florence (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).
For centuries it appears that the use of leavened or unleavened bread (azymes) had been a matter of indifference, but in the West, by the eleventh century, all the churches consecrated unleavened bread at the Mass in imitation of the Synoptics' account of Jesus' Last Supper.
Leo had gone to southern Italy in order to present the Greek position on the azymes, summoning several councils to confirm the Byzantine clergy in their Eastern tradition.