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Gebrochts is a Yiddish term for matzah that has absorbed liquid. Some have the custom not to eat it on Pesach.

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Does chabad eat gebrochts? I point out that because this is a rabbinic prohibition and a minhag of stringency, the last day of Pesach is used to show that it is not a full prohibition of Chametz … further than I have quoted. I have sen that some people have eaten gebrochts on the last day in order to show that it is a minhag, however, since those cited were in chutz la'aretz at the time, I cannot …
answered Apr 28 '16 by sabbahillel
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determines that they are following a particular level of shimur, then they can determine if they will or will not eat "gebrochts" because of the possibility that some flour was not cooked enough and can …
answered Apr 11 '16 by sabbahillel