We must come to the realization that the Feast of Unleavened Bread is much greater than an annual ritual. For some, great emphasis has been placed upon searching the house for hidden leaven, using a feather to sweep it into a wooden spoon and ultimately burning the three items. For others, great emphasis has been placed upon wearing white garments for a season. Rituals are simply set in order as reminders, not gospel.
Since learning comes by means of repetition, God in His infinite wisdom repeats the same feasts, year after year. The importance of His feasts should be obvious. Now that's gospel, something accepted as unquestionably true.
God loves us beyond measure. Since His ways and thoughts are above ours, He clothed Himself in flesh in order to relate to us on our level of thinking. It was not so that He could dwell at our level, but to elevate us to a higher level. Now, we move forward with the understanding that our warfare is not physical, it is spiritual.
As I gain more knowledge of the spirit man for better living, I become more like Him. I don't place emphasis on material things such as whether or not I swept every single crumb off of the floor. I focus on those things that have an impact on my spirit man. After all, God is Spirit.
Therefore, now that I have repented, been restored and healed, I claim deliverance from the old way of thinking. I proceed with a refreshed spiritual focus on whatever God has ordered for my life.
Foods eaten during Unleavened Bread
Matzah, eggs, almonds, pecans and food without leaven (Read the labels)
Fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables (also juices) that do not contain leaven
Coffee, tea, milk and other drinks without leaven
Clean meats (as outlined in Leviticus 11) such as beef, veal, lamb, bass, cod, haddock, salmon, tuna, duck, turkey, chicken, etc.
Foods NOT permitted during Unleavened Bread
Foods having yeast, or other "rising or fermenting" action. A few common ones are: beans, rice, peas, lentils, peanuts, mustard, corn, soy, and all legumes.
Foods made from or containing oats, wheat, barley, spelt, rye, unless marked "For Passover"
Unclean meats (as outlined in Leviticus 11) such as pig (pork), coney, hare, catfish, marlin, clam, crab, crayfish, shrimp, albatross, heron, raven, etc.
Be mindful, Kosher is a Jewish term, not a Biblical term. All Kosher foods are NOT permitted. (Companies pay money for a Rabbi to certify the foods as "Kosher" with the "K" symbol).
Bottom Line: Read the labels.