[ mˈatsə͡ʊ], [ mˈatsəʊ], [ m_ˈa_t_s_əʊ]
How to use "Matzoh" in context?
Matzohs are unleavened bread that is a staple in Judaism. The bread is made from a dough of flour, water and salt that is kneaded, shaped and baked. The bread is traditionally consumed as a snack or as part of a meal. It is also popular in other cultures, such as in Italy, Poland and Syria.
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