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matzo in Judaism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmatzomat‧zo, matzoh /ˈmɒtsə $ ˈmɑː-/ noun (plural matzos) [countable, uncountable]  1 a large thin piece of flat bread, eaten by Jewish people during Passover2 DFFRRJa type of flour used to make bread, cakes etc especially by Jewish people during passover herrings dipped in matzo and fried
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matzoDip matzos in the sweet wine or brandy so they get wet, but are not so soaked they become flexible.They can be crushed to make matzo meal, although this can be bought ready-made in supermarkets or good delicatessens.To assemble, place one matzo on a large plate or board.I took to Rakusen's matzos and chopped liver.Who was it crumbled like a piece of stale matzo under the onslaught from ben Issachar?Fold into the matzo mixture, adding matzo meal to make the mixture hold together.Repeat this until you have three layers, covered by the last wet matzo.