Try these Passover / Pesach true or false questions and see how much you know about some concepts of the Passover / Pesach festival!

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1. Most Ashkenazic Jews (Jews whose ancestors came from Central, Northwestern, and/or Eastern Europe) generally use matzo meal, matzo farfel, or matzo flour instead of flour ground from either the 5 forbidden grains (barley, spelt, rye, oats, and wheat) or from flour ground from kitniyos (legumes, as defined by Ashkenazic religious authorities) when preparing foods during the Pesach / Passover festival.
Question 1 True 
False 
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2. Most Ashkenazic Jews generally use corn flour instead of flour ground from either the 5 forbidden grains (barley, spelt, rye, oats, and wheat) or from flour ground from kitniyos (legumes, as defined by Ashkenazic religious authorities) when preparing foods during the Pesach / Passover festival.
Question 2 True 
False 
No Answer
3. In the Pesach / Passover Haggadah, the 'instruction manual' for the Pesach / Passover Seder, 4 Questions, 4 Sons, and 4 Matzahs are mentioned.
Question 3 True 
False 
No Answer
4. In the Pesach / Passover Haggadah, the 'instruction manual' for the Pesach / Passover Seder, 4 Questions, 4 Sons, and 4 Cups of Wine are mentioned.
Question 4 True 
False 
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5. "Kosher for Pesach/Passover" wine is just unopened Kosher wine.
Question 5 True 
False 
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6. "Kosher for Pesach/Passover" wine is wine that has conformed to the special set of rules for Pesach/Passover wine.
Question 6 True 
False 
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7. Mevushal is a method of flash-pasteurizing wine to a temperature of 175F. Once this is done, the wine may therefore be opened and served by a non-observant person (such as a waiter or sommelier) to an observant person without compromising its kosher purity. "Mevushal" renders the wine universally kosher on condition that the wine conforms to the special Pesach / Passover dietary rules for wine.
Question 7 True 
False 
No Answer
8. Mevushal is a method of flash-pasteurizing wine to a temperature of 175F. Once this is done, the wine may therefore be opened and served by a non-observant person (such as a waiter or sommelier) to an observant person without compromising its kosher purity. "Mevushal" renders the wine universally kosher.
Question 8 True 
False 
No Answer
9. Matzah is often referred to as "Poor Man's Bread."
Question 9 True 
False 
No Answer
10. Matzah is often referred to as "the Sojourner's Bread."
Question 10 True 
False 
No Answer

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