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Learn the many layers of meaning to the Torah’s instruction to guard and watch the Passover matzahs.
Watch how matzah is made from start to finish.
Understanding the deeper meaning and symbolism behind the mitzvah to eat matzah on Passover night.
A Passover Class
The matzah we eat at the seder must be "lechem oni" (lit. bread of poverty) which is made from nothing but flour and water, yet the matzah that the Jews ate when they left Egypt was allowed to be made with other ingredients as well. What are the practical...
While this matzah can be made out of flour from any of the five grains (wheat, barley, spelt, rye and oats), the famed codifier of Jewish law, Rabbi Moshe Isserlis, writes that the custom is to specifically use wheat flour for the matzah...
Hands-On Demonstration
Children participate in a hands-on demonstration of the many steps entailed in making handmade matzah for the Passover Seder.
Matzah represents faith, because to have faith takes recognition that one can’t control everything. It’s okay to let go. So, G-d told the Jews to find a matzah mentality, in order to leave their personal Egypt. It wasn’t easy...
I often see egg matzah for sale, and have been wondering whether we can serve it at the Seder instead of regular matzah. I have always found it so much tastier . . .
Ordinary food is not extracted from heaven. Unlike the manna, the hand of G‑d is concealed in our bread. But there's an exception to this rule: Matzah.
What if I'm so bent on being honest that I consistently find fault in my own actions? What if I find myself claiming too much "credit" for collective miscalculations and blunders? In a strange way, being hard on yourself can make you feel good...
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