The original matzah
Photo: CD Bank
The holiday of Passover has only just begun, but there are already those thinking about the day after: We can use the piles of matzah left in our kitchen cupboards to wrap fish, and the Ashkenazim among us will probably use them as a bed for herring at least until Rosh Hashana.
Those looking for a more creative solution will be happy to discover that apart from causing digestion problems, the food eaten by our forefathers after they left Egypt has some other interesting functions.
Here is the full guide: How to turn the matzah into a baseball, a bath toy or even a license plate.
- For the Matzah Song/Guide – click here