Tuesday, March 19, 2013 by Yoel Finkelman | Jewish Ideas Daily » Daily Features
Small-scale matzah bakeries in Israel are enabling people to fulfil the mitzvah of baking matzah—and strengthening communities.
Another Post-Pesach CelebrationGabriel T. Erbs, New Voices. Two craft brewers near Portland, Oregon, celebrate Passover’s end by making Matzobraü, with crushed-up leftover matzah added to the fermenting mash. Only whole wheat matzah, of course.
The Jew and the Giant OliveNatan Slifkin, Rationalist Judaism. The midrash says a person should eat an olive's worth of matzah at the Seder. But halakhists today reckon the amount required at 10 times the size of an actual olive.