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I never thought in my wildest dreams, that I would be 54 years old, before I tried Matzo Ball soup.

It literally, is like liquid magick.

Actually, I first thought of it as a Snuggle-Bunny-Giving-You-A-Cuddle, but that is so little, compared to what it is, so let me try again:

Think of it as continuous-fluid melding, combining and fusing your Ancestral DNA to your Soul...re-creating and consolidating...making your whole being, complete.

I know, right?


Ok, so let's find out about this amazing food.

It starts with Passover, or Pesach, which is the traditional time for Matzo Ball soup.  

If, for some reason, you are not aware, Passover happens every year during the month of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar. That's typically in March or April. In Israel, it lasts seven days, everywhere else, it's eight days and commemorates the story of Moses leading the enslaved Israelites out of ancient Egypt, and the journey they experienced over 40 years, until they reached their homeland of Israel. 

In fact, Matzo Balls are the Ashkenazi Jewish Cultural Symbol, representing the unleavened bread that the Jewish people ate in the desert, to sustain themselves during their exodus from Egypt.

What the Matzo Balls sit in, is Chicken Soup.

For the Soul.

Kissy hugs

T (she/her) and Spirit


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