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Virtual Model Matzah Bakery

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    Welcome to our Virtual Model Matzah Bakery!
    To take place on Sunday, April 5th at 5PM from the comfort of your own home. 
    The Virtual Model Matzah Bakery is a hands-on educational experience that gives each child the chance to make his or her own Matzah.
    From the comfort of your own home watch how wheat is threshed and ground into flour. Then, while racing against the clock, children will mix, punch, roll and bake their very own Matzah to bake in their oven.

    The Model Matzah Bakery is ideal for children from ages 2 through 13, though children of younger and older ages may participate as well.

    Advance registration is required.
    Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with the zoom login 
      
    You can gather these supplies beforehand
    2 cups of regular flour (will yield enough dough for a few children)
    1/2 cup of water
    Mixing bowl
    Parchment paper (for rolling out the dough)
    Baking pan (to place the Matzah on in the oven)
    Fork
    Rolling pin (a bottle or cup works too!)
    A few tips:

    Preheat your oven to the highest temperature.
    If you're feeling ambitious, google search ‘how to make a homemade chef hat’. We’d love to see your chef hat!
    Have an apron? Go right ahead and put in on.
    PLEASE NOTE: This program is for educational purposes only. The Matzah is NOT KOSHER FOR PASSOVER or for the Seder.

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