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MATZOH

Matzoh: The ritual Jewish unleavened flat bread is eaten at Passover to remind the Jews that when their ancestors fled Egypt in the Exodus, they were in such haste, they had no time to let bread rise. Matzoh is called the “bread of affliction,” but it also celebrates a joyful holiday.
 

matzoh - A crisp, unleavened bread of Middle Eastern origins, originally devised for crumbling into the now-extinct “Jerusalem-style clam chowder.”

 

 

 

 

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