20 Ways to Recycle Your Leftover Matzah
Tonight is the first night of Passover. During the eight days of this holiday, Jews all over the world eat matzah. Matzah is unleavened bread, made from flour and water and cooked very quickly. This is the bread that the Jews made for their flight from Egypt.
Somehow there is always a box leftover at the end of the week. What to do with the extra is always a question since it just doesn't taste as good when the holiday is over. Here's a clever little video with some wild and wacky ideas about how to recycle it, aside from eating it, of course : a picture frame, a necklace, a dog house, a book mark...you get the picture. Enjoy.