About matzoh Edit
Matzoh (also spelled matza, matzah or matzo) is a thin, brittle, unleavened bread traditionally eaten during the Jewish Passover holiday. Tradition states that matzoh is made only with water and flour but some modern-day versions include flavorings like onion.
Matzoh meal Edit
Matzoh meal is ground matzoh, generally available in two textures: fine and medium. Matzoh meal is used in a variety of foods including gefilte fish, matzoh balls and pancakes. It's also used to thicken soups and for breading foods to be fried.
Cake meal Edit
Matzoh cake meal is a very finely ground matzoh meal (finer than regular matzoh meal) and is used as a flour substitute.
Matzoh farfel Edit
Matzoh farfel is a seasonal item used mainly in Passover dishes such as kugel and latkes; it simply consists of matzoh broken into small pieces. Matzoh farfel can also be soaked in milk, heated up, and eaten as a sort of breakfast cereal.