It’s now Passover, and we’ve just finished celebrating the first day of our beloved 7 day (8 days outside of Israel) holiday. Though we eat matzo to remind us of our liberation from slavery in Egypt, we also happen to love it! The hand-made round matzos that we generally eat, arrive in very large boxes, since the matzos themselves are about 14 inches wide, much larger than the machine-made square matzos that most people recognize (and that my daughter is eating in this photo taken 6 years ago.) One of the pre-Passover activities that my kids enjoy every year, is a visit to a local hand-made matzo factory to witness the process of making the matzos which amazingly enough must be done within a time period of 18 minutes from start to finish!
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