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Gluten-free Passover matzoh and crackers - I'd eat this stuff anytime (and I'm not even celiac)!

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peppermint pate Mar 26, 2013 07:53 AM

In the last few years, I've noticed a growing proliferation of gluten-free items for Passover. This year, the variety was triple what I saw last year. I'm just fine with gluten but some in my family aren't and based on the quality of last year's gluten free matzoh, I decided to try a few items this year. Gotta say - I'm impressed!

Yehuda brand gluten free matzo could easily be a year-round grocery item for me - lighter and crispier and way better tasting than regular matzoh with a perfect little hit of salt. The toasted onion flavour is delish - so good warmed in the oven with melted cheese. I also tried some toasted onion crackers from "absolutely gluten free" and garlic flavoured gluten-free flats called "crispits" from Paskesz. I believe that all of these items are from Israel. At the Thornhill Sobeys this year, I noticed a bunch more gluten-free items. I don't know of the year-round availability but for those looking for any combination of gluten-free, kosher, kosher for Passover and/or just plain tasty cracker breads, I'd definitely recommend these products.

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    nyhums RE: peppermint pate Mar 26, 2013 01:41 PM

    I have been looking all over for these. Where did you buy them? Thank you! Happy Passover!

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      peppermint pate RE: nyhums Mar 27, 2013 05:44 AM

      Hi - not sure which product you're referring to but I bought the matzos at Israel's and the crackers and crispits at the Sobeys in Thornhill.

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      pearlD RE: peppermint pate Mar 26, 2013 06:15 PM

      I saw some boxes at Fiesta Farms yesterday afternoon.

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        nyhums RE: pearlD Mar 27, 2013 04:22 AM

        Thank you!

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