Making Matzohs

Rabbi Eli Strasberg, of Media, grinds whet into flour during a model matzoh bakery at Chabad of the Lehigh Valley in South Whitehall Township on Sunday, April 1, 2012.  Matzoh which is an unleavened bread, is eaten by Jews  during the Passover Seder meal as well as the the 7 or 8 days of Passover.

( HARRY FISHER / THE MORNING CALL / April 1, 2012 )

Rabbi Eli Strasberg, of Media, grinds whet into flour during a model matzoh bakery at Chabad of the Lehigh Valley in South Whitehall Township on Sunday, April 1, 2012. Matzoh which is an unleavened bread, is eaten by Jews during the Passover Seder meal as well as the the 7 or 8 days of Passover.

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