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Matzah

The unleavened bread eaten on Passover that recalls the Israelite’s hasty escape from Egypt when there was no time for the dough to rise. Matzah is also considered the “bread of our affliction,” eaten while we were slaves.

Synonyms: Matzoh, Matza

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