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Jews have a long tradition of grinding Matzah into a flour-like consistency, called Matzah meal, to make ersatz versions of non-Passover foods. It can be very confusing to go into a supermarket and find Passover cereal, Passover pasta and Passover cake mix, when you know that traditional Jews are avoiding regular cold cereal, pasta and cake mix. This is just the modern version of Jews rising to the culinary challenge of Passover, to keep the laws that commemorate the Exodus from Egypt without giving up all of life’s goodies.
By the way, for years when Easter falls during the week of Passover, if your family (or extended family) needs a way to have a kosher-for-Passover Easter meal, we have resources for that too.
Also, for a variety of traditional and innovative Passover recipes, see our Passover Recipes index.
The Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families is also available in PDF