Passover Foods and the Passover Kitchen

Knowing what is kosher for Passover

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Matzah is an unleavened bread made from water and flour of any of the five major grains that have been carefully tended from harvest through the baking process to make certain that they have no leaven in them.

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Rabbi Robert Goodman is a former consultant to the Boards of Jewish Education in Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Milwaukee. He is the former rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom in Brandon, Florida.