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A "Matza", an unleavened flatbread, which is used by Jewish believers instead of a regular, leavened bread, which is forbidden during the feast of Passover.<br />
The holiday of Passover commemorates the exodus of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt; according to the biblical narrative, the Israelites left Egypt in such haste they could not wait for their bread dough to rise, and took with them Matza-like bread.