For a medium-size mold, use
*Special tall, wooden, hinged molds were used for making paskhas. Usually they were shaped like a pyramid with the Cyrillic letters XB (standing for “Christ is risen”) carved into one side. Often, but not always, the molds were collapsible. Clay flower pots are a good modern substitute for the traditional wooden molds.
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