Anyone have any info on Soft Matzahs? is it really matzah?
http://www.softmatza.com/It is kosher for passover, but I was told not to use it for seders unless you have a tradition of doing so. Baked without salt, it does not taste very good. Its texture is like a heavy pita.
Very interesting. I have never seen anything like it. Is there a Chowhound Most Interesting Tip Award I can nominate you for?
Might not taste good but the texture makes it much more flexible (literally and figuratively).
Very cool! I'd second you for that award. I've been in Pitigliano, but never knew about this soft matza thing. Thank you!
too bad i cant eat soft matzahs on pesach, just goes to show you why being sephardi is better on pesach, this and kitniyot.
A Sefardi friend reports that it's also very hard to get down, and then sits in your stomach like a rock, so I don't know if it's any better than the Ashkenazi crackers.
My Ashkenazi friend said she had them in Israel and that they were very tasty. I definitely think the Sephardim get the best food generally.
Wow, my dad (Moroccan) always spoke about having soft matza in Morocco but I never thought you could get it here. Thanx!
It's Sephardic Matzoh. We baked it in Chicago when the Shmurah Factory was in operation.
all matzha for pesach is made wihout salt
it is not good. imagine eating a lafa that was made 7 days ago. it is only good fresh. after a day its harder to chew than crunchy matzah
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