(pl. matzot, matzoth ) 猶太逾越節薄餅〔逾越節期間猶太人所吃的一種扁而薄的硬面餅〕(＝ matsah)。
- Five years ago , matzo was turf - fixing for the king at santa anita ,
5年前， matzo給姓金的那人在santa anita管場子
- Leading matzo products and matzo flour manufacturer meeting all strict kosher and quality requirements , iso - 9002 certified
Matzo or matzah (; with many other spellings in English, plural matzot) is an unleavened bread traditionally eaten by Jews during the week-long Passover holiday, when eating chametz?bread and other food which is made with leavened grain?is forbidden according to Jewish law. Currently, the most ubiquitous type of matzo is the traditional Ashkenazic type, which is hard like a cracker.