WATCH: What do IDF soldiers do to play up their matza?

The crunch of matza can get a little old after a few meals. The IDF shares a few ways to change it up!

April 24, 2016 13:46
What do IDF soldiers do to play up their matza?

What do IDF soldiers do to play up their matza?. (photo credit: screenshot)


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The crunchy unleavened bread that characterizes the Jewish exodus from Egypt tends to lose its pizazz after a few meals. The IDF shared a few easy, go-to tricks that will keep you coming back for more matza even once the holiday is over!

From chocolate and bananas to tomato sauce and cheese, these easy tips and tricks will keep the variety in your snacks during the Passover holiday.

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