When we accept Messiah, we are adopted into the family of Abraham. We are grafted into the vine. Therefore, we too become adopted into the family of the Chosen ones. We don’t replace them, we are joined to them exactly like any adopted child becomes a part of the family. The same rules apply to all.
I personally don’t follow the rabbinic laws but I do hear some awwesome wisdom from them. I don’t follow their commentary books. But I do do my best to follow God’s word in his Torah, prophets and writings.
I do have a question though. If wheat and leaven are removed from the home, what is the grain that is used to make matza?
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Leaven is removed. In it’s simplist form matzo is made from wheat and flour, though barley, oats, spelt or rye are also used. And sometimes eggs or salt are used though there are differing opinions. Wheat products other than matzo aren’t consumed.
and olive oil is ok.