Gertrud Luckner was born in the year 1900 in Liverpool.  Soon she comprehended the reach of the anti-Semite threat by the National-socialist dictatorship. Since 1938 she had been an employee at the Caritas German Association, after having turned from the Quakers to Catholicism. That was an important condition for her assistance, since the agreement between the Holy See and the German Reich of the year 1933 protected the Caritas activity. From 1940 Gertrud Luckner sent packages to Jews deported from Stettin to Lublin, and later on to the Jews from southern Germany deported to Gurs.

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Ingredients:
•    1 matza
•    tomato paste
•    choice of toppings: mushroom, onions, peppers, artichokes, fresh tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes
•    choice of seasonings: fresh garlic, oregano, basil, thyme, rosemary
•    fat-free cheese (optional)

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•    2 eggs separated
•    3 Tablespoons oil
•    1/2 cup buttermilk
•    1/4 cup sugar
•    1/3 cup matzah cake meal
•    1/8 cup potato starch

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The Passover is a very important Holy Day in Jewish history.  The Passover, begins the day before the feast of unleavened bread, on the 14th  day of the Hebrew month of Nissan.  It commemorates God's deliverance from the bondage of Egypt.  God had commanded Moses to go to the pharaoh of Egypt and demand that he let God's people go free.  The pharaoh refused and God brought 9 plagues upon the Egyptian people.

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Ingredients:
•    3 matza squares
•    4 egg whites
•    1 can kosher tomato-mushroom sauce
•    salt, pepper, oregano, basil to taste
•    8 oz. fatfree grated mozzarella
•    8 oz. fatfree cottage cheese (or ricotta?)

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