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Matza 101

Authors: Jenny Kdoshim & Debbie Bevans
Hardcover | 8" x 9.5" | 158 pages | 0-9964656-43-4

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“How does this cookbook differ from all other cookbooks?” This cookbook contains only matza recipes. With it, we can come into your kitchen and show you how versatile Mazta truly is. “Why does this cookbook only contain Matza?” Because Matza or unleavened bread is the bread of affliction used for Passover. Through Matza, you can celebrate not only Passover, but TRUE FREEDOM throughout the year. For Kosher recipes appropriate all year long, turn to Matza 101, the only cookbook in the world dedicated solely to Matza. Matza 101 depends on unleavened bread—a naturally fat-free product—to create a smorgasbord of baked, not fried, recipes from Baklava and Cannolies to Knishes and Cigars. Take advantage of Matza 101’s easy-to-follow instructions and referenced diagrams—whether preparing for Passover or a simple dinner for two, Matza 101 will adapt to any dinner table and bring smiles to your taste buds.

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