Unleavened Bread


Unleavened Bread -

Is made without yeast or any other raising agent. Some "dyspeptic breads" are sold in this form, but the most commonly seen type is the "Matzoth," a large round cracker or biscuit, made only of flour and water, eaten during the Jewish Passover - both plain, in place of leavened bread, and cooked in various ways.


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