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, matzoh, matza, matzah
a brittle very thin biscuit of unleavened bread, traditionally eaten during Passover



(Unleavened Bread) thin wafer of unleavened dough; Jews eat matzos during Passover instead of leavened bread, which is prohibited at that time.

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According to company officials, the 48,000-square-foot factory, housed in four interconnected six-story buildings, has become outgrown due to the increasing demand for matzo among Gentiles who enjoy it as a healthy snack with no fat or artificial additives.
When you've the matzo dough at the correct consistency dip your fingers into some water (having a shallow bowl with warmed water is a handy tip) then form the balls.
Skim the fat off the chicken soup; save it for the matzo balls.
The soup was a clean, flavorful broth buoying matzo balls as God intended them to be: feather-light and fluffy.
com, to offer Jewish Celiacs a delicious, all-natural alternative to traditional wheat matzo, which plays a central part in Passover Seder tradition and many Pesah recipes.
During Passover, foods from unleavened matzo to bitter herbs symbolize the arduous desert path to freedom.
This season, Manischewitz will ship more than 3 million boxes of kosher-for-Passover matzo and 48,000 boxes of schmura matzo, a strictly supervised version primarily used during the holiday's traditional Sealer meals.
These were followed by Koenigsberg's homemade gefilte fish, matzo ball soup and platters of a tender brisket made with parsley and horseradish salsa.
Known nationally and internationally as a nurse educator in palliative care nursing, Matzo has taught internationally in third world countries, taught doctors and nurses in Saint Petersburg, Russia, about palliative care for AIDS patients.
For the matzo balls, there is an evolution starting with Mrs.
Both black and white and color photos embellish discussions of the origins of classic deli foods around the world, from Matzo Ball Soup to Potato Latkes.
Next month, for example, kosher food like Matzo bread will be in demand due to Passover on April 13.