Shmura

Some articles on shmura:

Matzo - Common and Less Usual Varieties - Shmurah Matzah
... Shmura ("guarded") matzah (Hebrew מַצָּה שְׁמוּרָה maṣṣā šəmūrā) is made from grain that has been under special supervision from the time it was harvested to ensure that ... (Shmura wheat may be formed into either handmade or machine-made matzah, while non-shmura wheat is only used for machine-made matzah ... It is possible to hand-bake matzah in shmura style from non-shmurah flour—this is a matter of style, it is not actually in any way shmura—but such matzah has rarely been produced since the introduction of machine ...
Passover - Matzah
... be made by machine or by hand the latter type of matzo, called shmura matzo ("watched" or "guarded" matzo), is the bread of preference for the Passover Seder in Orthodox Jewish communities ... traditionally gather in groups ("chaburas") to bake a special version of handmade matzo called "shmura matzo", or "guarded matzo", for use at the Seder ... Shmura matzo dough is rolled by hand, resulting in a large and round matzo ...
Paysach - Matzah
... Matzo may be made by machine or by hand the latter type of matzo, called shmura matzo ("watched" or "guarded" matzo), is the bread of preference for the Passover ... traditionally gather in groups ("chaburas") to bake a special version of handmade matzo called "shmura matzo", or "guarded matzo", for use at the Seder ... Shmura matzo dough is rolled by hand, resulting in a large and round matzo ...