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Comment from: Ruth [Member] Email
I'm doing well on the oat matzah. I had it for the seders and for the Yom Tov meals. I intend to have half a piece of matzah for each of the Shabbos meals, and again for the Yom Tov meals next Monday and Tuesday. But, since it's an "avoid" for me, I won't have more than I need to fulfill the mitzvah of eating "bread" for each festive meal, and I won't eat it after Passover.
03/28/13 @ 18:26

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