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Ultra-Orthodox Jews collect water from a spring to be kept overnight and used the following day to make Matzah bread for the Passover (Pesach) holiday. The Matzah bread produced with water from the spring is called 'Mayim Shelanu' ('water that has slept'), and are considered the most revered of all Matzahs.