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Making matzah at home

#NotARabbi, but there is nothing wrong with baking at home. Jews did that for centuries. Kudos for thinking this through a bit. A few tips from many years of baking at home: I suggest buying ...
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Making matzah at home

I'm not a Rabbi, but I've been cooking matzah for half a decade now. I also have a strong bias AGAINST using things that are disposable. Most of our people for most of our history could never afford ...
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Why do we eat Matzah to commemorate what we did when we left Egypt, when we were already commanded to do so long before we left?

The answer to your question on Rabban Gamliel is that he really is quoting a verse in Deuteronomy: לֹא־תֹאכַ֤ל עָלָיו֙ חָמֵ֔ץ שִׁבְעַ֥ת יָמִ֛ים תֹּֽאכַל־עָלָ֥יו מַצּ֖וֹת לֶ֣חֶם עֹ֑נִי כִּ֣י ...
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Baking matzah erev Pesach after chatzos

When I asked this question to several Rabbanim, both Asheknazi and Sepharadi, I couldn't find anyone who follows this practice in a public way. Even amongst many Sepharadim bakeries they make matzot ...
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