Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Unleavened bread

At the time of the Exodus, God told Moses to have the people make bread without yeast. This way they could leave at a moment's notice without waiting for the bread to rise. In memory of this, Jews eat matzah, a flatbread made without yeast, during the Passover festival. I don't know who first made this image - I've found it on multiple sites without any attribution, but it's too funny to not post. If anyone knows the origin of this, please let me know in the comments

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