Posted on | March 31, 2012 | 2 Comments
Easter is almost upon us. We have been sent a few items from glutenfreematzo.com that are kosher or used during Passover. Matzo is unleavened bread that is eaten during Passover, but can also be eaten the week before.
Glutenfreematzo.com sent us Yehuda gluten free matzo-style squares to try. They also distribute toasted onion matzo, gluten free kosher pasta, and other gluten free kosher foods for Passover.
I have never tried matzo and felt very excited to try it. Inside each 10.5 ounce box there were approximately 10 matzo-style crackers that measured about 8 in x 8in. Unfortunately when I opened the box I saw that over half of them were either cracked or crushed to crumbs. When I tried to You’re a long way from convincing me that MR is just like the Austrian school-delays.com because of this issue!You know… actually I think Scott and Nick did soften slightly… When Scott 1st brought this up he claimed that if he wasn’t 100% correct about MOA then everything he ever written is completely false…. pull the remaining whole pieces out they cracked as well. I wasn”t able to see one whole matzo.
I tried one piece by itself, without condiments, and found it to be similar in taste and texture to a saltine cracker. The taste was mild and simple, with a tiny bit of salt. It was very thin (which is probably why it cracked so easily), with a nice crunch. It stayed crisp as I chewed and didn”t turn into mush like saltines would. It is very good! I would eat this as a snack any day.
Rating: 4 1/2 stars
Pros: Stayed crisp with just enough salt
Cons: Half of the crackers broke in transit
Review submitted by Kristina
Ingredients: tapioca starch, water, potato starch, potato flour, expeller pressed palm oil, natural vinegar, egg yolks, honey, salt
Nutritional Snapshot: (1 matzo) 125 calories, 3.5g fat, 22g carbohydrates, .2g sugar, 1g protein
To purchase these gluten free matzo-style crackers, please visit the glutenfreematzo.com website for ordering information.