IN PHOTOS: Ultra-Orthodox Jews Prepare 'Shmura Matza'

Shmura matza is a form of matzah made from grain supervised from the time it was harvested to make sure no fermentation has occurred, ensuring it is suitable for eating on Passover. As eating leavened products is strictly forbidden, many ultra-Orthodox baking their own.

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Ultra-Orthodox Jews prepare 'shmura matza' in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews prepare 'shmura matza' in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Gil Cohen-Magen
Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men knead the dough before baking Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016.Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Children look as Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men knead the dough before baking Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016.Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men bakes Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016.Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men bakes Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Children look as Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men knead the dough before baking Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox baker makes matza at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men bakes Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men knead the dough before baking Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men bakes Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men knead the dough before baking Matzoth at a bakery in Bnei Brak, on April 13, 2016. Credit: Gil Cohen-Magen

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