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Bread; unleavened

A form of bread made with no raising agent, such as yeast. Bread of this type is by necessity flat in shape. It is the earliest form of bread, and still traditional in the Indian Sub-Continent and Middle East; in the Jewish diet it"s eaten at Passover to commemorate the sparing of the Israelites in Egypt.

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