Unleavened

 Passover is a joyous holiday when we Jews celebrate our freedom from bondage in Egypt.  Every year at the Seder we retell the story of our ancestors who followed Moses across a desert in search of a new home in the   Promised Land. The Bible tells us that these ancient Hebrews left in such haste they didn’t wait for their baking dough to rise.  Thus in their desert wanderings they ate the unleavened bread known as matzo. And so every year during  the eight days of Passover,  we...

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