LOVE IT! But, I don't think it's essentially a NEW PRODUCT....looked quite a bit like a paint brush and water to me! :) very cute, and funny, they don't look Japanese! --chag sameach!
I'm with emah on this one. Looked a lot like a paintbrush. My, the chinese sure come up with the best inventions.
this is great! I just have two questions:#1 is this chinese? #2 what do the non- gebrokts eaters do?
I saw this yesterday when someone sent it to me by email. Cute. I don't yet know how to upload a video, so you're gonna have to show me tomorrow when I come to bake matzots with you and all the neighbors of the Muqata.J.
ROTFL!Rebecca:It's not Chinese, it's the Japanese soundtrack of the Easy Way to Peel a Potato video.
Emah S: It may have been some super high tech chemical instead of water ;-)Eishet Chayil: But its a super secret matza brush! (Those Japanese are clever!)Rebecca: #2 -- The non-gebrucht eaters need a chainsaw...
:-) Have a great Pesach at the Muqata, Jameel!
steg- thanks for the clarification. am I supposed to be familiar with that video?well thanks for the tip anyway, I'm definitely trying that!Jameel-I never did get gebrokts, doesn't it become a problem when your wet saliva touches the matzoh?
Jameel, hope you and you're family have a chag kasher vsameach. May we all remember it is Zman Chertutanu and be blessed to spend next year united in Jerusalem.After pesach we can get that lunch sorted.
I never did get gebrokts, doesn't it become a problem when your wet saliva touches the matzoh?QUICK! Run to all your only-non-gebroks-eating friends and DROOL ALL OVER THEIR MATZA!!!! muahahaha!!!!(sorry, i'm high off of burning hhameitz fumes)
some people dont let the matzoh get wet after it was baked
That middle's the easy one; it's matching the break, second time around with the top one which gets hairy.
Rebecca: I never did get gebrokts, doesn't it become a problem when your wet saliva touches the matzoh?My 9th grade rebbe at MTA (before I left MTA), Rabbi Cohen told us a joke that the mitzvat "Aseh" of eating matza is "docheh" (supercedes) the "lo taaseh" of saliva hitting the matza...As for us - we throw matza balls at our non-gebrucht chassidic neighbors :)Moadim l'simcha!
that's the most brilliant pesach film ever!EVER!
I wanted to ask, although way late, do you let your matzoh get wet after it's baked?
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