unleavened bread


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n unleavened bread brittle flat bread eaten at Passover
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In literature:

As for bread, try it unleavened once in a while by way of change.
"The Mountains" by Stewart Edward White
These made unleavened bread, and were foes to the death to fermentation.
"Essays, Second Series" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
We have nothing here but kangaroo and pork, and unleavened bread, called damper.
"The Bushman" by Edward Wilson Landor
They sing hymns similar to those used in Protestant worship and celebrate communion by partaking of wafers of unleavened bread.
"Modern India" by William Eleroy Curtis
Such was the "unleavened breads" or "Passover cakes" of the Israelites.
"Science in the Kitchen." by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
He brought the silver chalice, the unleavened bread and the wine.
"Là-bas" by J. K. Huysmans
The result is a hard compact substance known as unleavened bread.
"General Science" by Bertha M. Clark
Bread (unleavened) = maco.
"English-Esperanto Dictionary" by John Charles O'Connor and Charles Frederic Hayes
On the table were other bowls, and the unleavened bread baked for the festival in remembrance of the manna eaten in the wilderness.
"I.N.R.I." by Peter Rosegger
These made unleavened bread, and were foes to the death to fermentation.
"Critical Miscellanies, Vol. 1, Essay 5, Emerson" by John Morley

In news:

That's not unleavened bread, it's a board book.
Matzoh (also spelled matzos and matzah ) is unleavened "bread" that looks like a big cracker.
Italian pizza is derived from matzoh, the unleavened bread of Passover .
An Indian man prepares matzah, or unleavened bread, at The Magen David Synagogue in Mumbai on April 8, 2009.