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Historically, when did the Ashkenazi custom to not bake matza on Pesach start? I am specifically interested in when this custom arose, rather than the reasons/opions pro/against.

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I heard that Modern-day descendants of Moranos bake matza on the first day of pesach and eat it on the second day to avoid the watchful inquisitors. – Baal Shemot Tovot Apr 17 '12 at 19:36
    
How do you such a custom exists? – Double AA Apr 6 '15 at 22:04
    
See, for example, Mishnah Berurah, sefaria.org/… "והנה רוב ישראל אין נוהגין ליזהר אפילו במצת מצוה ללוש בע"פ" – Eli Lansey Apr 15 '15 at 23:10

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