Matza balls: some are hard others, soft;
But Matza should be soft and chewy.
Only a few generations ago, the grandparents of our grandparents were eating Matza that was entirely different to the Matza we eat today.They ate true Matza, the Matza of our ancient traditions, traditions that are firmly connected to our Talmud, our Mishnah and our history. They ate the same Matza that our ancestors ate as free men and women who were led by Gd's mighty hand to freedom; the same Matza our ancestors ate in their bitter times, as slaves in Egypt.
They ate soft Matza.