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Matzoh-eating contest

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Do you think a matzoh-eating contest would be fun?

Jews eat matzoh, or unleavened bread, on Passover to remember their forefathers, who left Egypt in great haste and had no time to let the dough rise.

Known as “the humblest of foods,” it is not enriched with oil, honey or other ingredients.

Some people enjoy matzoh and, in fact, eat it all year round.

Most people, however, would prefer real bread.

Do you think a matzoh-eating contest would be fun?

For some Passover entertainment, watch this hilarious competition.

 




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