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Sheruya ("Wetted Matzah")

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Many communities, chassidic ones in particular, have the custom to refrain from eating “gebrokts”—matzah that came in contact with water after it was fully baked—on the first seven days of Passover . . .
Part 2
What types of foods are permissible on Passover and which do some people refrain from eating based on their traditions and customs. (Please note: This recording is from many years ago, hence some product info may not be the same today)
If chametz is so intolerable, why do we eat it all year round? And what is the significance of the unexpected appearance of “wet matzah” on the eighth day of Passover?
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