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The Meal - Three pieces of Matzoh
Matzoh is unleavened bread. The first two pieces represent the manna, which the Israelites were fed with once a week while they were in the desert, in order to observe the Sabbath. A small fragment of the second piece is broken off, and the remainder, called the afikomen, is hidden for children to find later. The third is used to remember the haste with which their ancestors fled Egypt -- not waiting for the time it took leavened bread to rise.

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