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The complete process of Shmurah Matzah baking, from the harvesting of the wheat and grinding the kernels to baking of the fresh matzah in the traditional wood burning stove.
Sickle in hand, the elderly Reb Zalman, with his broad, regal beard and face shining with joy, was swift and nimble as a lad . . .
It is a mitzvah that the Passover matzot be made specifically for the purpose of fulfilling the obligation to eat matzot on Passover, as the verse (Exodus, 12:17) states: You shall guard the matzot. The matzah must be guarded to ensure that it does not be...
A Caribbean rabbi’s detour leads to unlikely Jewish connections in Guyana
When Rabbi Avromy Super couldn’t find a direct flight home to St. Lucia last October, he was disappointed. The rabbi, who established Chabad-Lubavitch of St. Lucia with his wife, Sternie, in 2019, usually didn’t have trouble finding nonstop flights to his...
Even as the war rages on, the bakery in Dnipro, Ukraine, has been open, providing livelihood for dozens of families.
The young yeshiva student, with matzah in hand, set off to do the Rebbe’s mission.
How well do you know this food, which has been with us since the dawn of our peoplehood? Here are some of our favorite matzah myths.
Watch how matzah is made for Passover, and have fun learning all about Passover. Presented by Rabbi Moshe Grossbaum of the Living Legacy in Bergen County, NJ.
Many Jews from the Former Soviet Union can attest that their parents and grandparents went to great lengths to procure matzah for Passover.
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