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(pronounced 'matzah') Strictly a form of unleavened bread, but they can be used with cheese, in the style of a water biscuit. They are used by the Jewish population as a Passover 'bread' and when crumbled (or bought as already ground meal) as a alternative coating to breadcrumbs for fried food - particularly fish. Matzo meal is also used to make dumplings and to thicken sauces and soup.
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