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Bread and matzah (the unleavened bread eaten by Jews on the holiday of Passover) are both made from flour and water — so why are they so different?
Prohibitions of chametz on Passover reflect G-d’s utter abhorrence of arrogance and pride.
Matzah is the food of the redemption. Three matzah crackers sit on the seder table during Passover as a reminder of the Exodus.