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(Rice-flour matza should work — but I don't know of any on the market. I suppose you can make some. Consult your rabbi before attempting it. Beyond that, and more practically speaking,) I can assure you from personal experience that those who don't eat gebrochts or kitniyos or egg matza will never say "m'zonos" on the first seven days of Pesach. ...


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Bais Yitzchok 2:44 discusses using Matza from the previous year. He mentions Tosefta Pesachim - end of Chapter 2 which says one may use Matza from a previous year so long it was made for Pesach. The Yerushalmi in Pesachim 2:4 indicates that it is a matter of dispute, however the Yerushalmi clearly indicates that is when it was not made for Pesach. He goes on ...


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From the Star-K: Matzos left over from previous years that were stored in places free of chometz may be used. TIP: If your oven has been kashered for Pesach, simply put them in the oven for a few minutes so the matzos will regain their crispness.



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