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Shmurah Matzo Recommendations -- It's that time of the year...

A freilichen Purim to all!

Looking for tastiest, crispest, freshest, etc., etc. I have found many brands are good one year and not so good the next. I used to think Shatzer was the bomb but then found them to be a bit cardboard-like. Then I tried Pupa-Tzelem, which were reportedly thin and crispy. Again, inconsistent from year to year.

Also, any suggestions for Brooklyn stores that carry a variety of brands? Are their prices better than buying direct from the bakery?

TIA.

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  1. I've had Chareidim for the last couple of years and it's been quite good.

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    1. re: masteraleph

      I wish we could get Chareidim down here, we are limited to the Chabard Matzo.

    2. Satmar...seriously...won a taste test at the hotel a few years ago.

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      1. re: DebbyT

        And, for us, Floridians, who do we get it

      2. I always thought shatzer was a good bang for the buck since most the matzot were NOT broken

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          1. re: IsItkosher

            We have used it in the past few years. It is almost as good as Tzeleh Pupa,thin and crispy.

            1. re: IsItkosher

              We like this matzo very much , especially the whole wheat.

            1. i basically stick to whole wheat boro park but the one with tartikov hashgacha was the tastiest ive had, although its been a couple years since i had it.