Best Shmurah Matzah

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  • #595980

    yogibooboo
    Member

    what do you think is the best?

    i usually have shatzer but im intrested in trying something else…

  • #937551

    msseeker
    Member

    In taste: Satmar willi, but it’s thick.

  • #937552

    We are hooked on the best and most mehudar Matzos Kommemius from Eretz Yisroel. We used to bring them back upon our return from Eretz Yisroel when Purim spent there. Now we order in advance and pick them up here in Boro Park.

  • #937553

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    The reason matza tastes bad is because it is stale.

    Put it in the oven for a few minutes, you will be amazed.

  • #937554

    commonsense
    Member

    to popa, only if you eat gebrokes, if you don’t you can’t bake it.

  • #937555

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Is that really so? I never heard you can’t bake it?

    Why not? If you don’t make it wet?

  • #937556

    Ofcourse
    Member

    Which Matzos are the thinnest this year?

  • #937557

    yogibooboo
    Member

    where can women go matzah baking?

  • #937558

    DaasYochid
    Participant

    Which Matzos are the thinnest this year? I don’t know about thinest, but Pupa-Tzelem is 8 matzos per pound (Satmar Williamsburg is 6).

    where can women go matzah baking?

    If you’re good at rolling, almost anywhere. You can make $12 an hour. 😉

  • #937559

    Torah4Me
    Member

    Komemius is propably the thinnest so tastes the best even when stale, but any brand will taste good after crisping in the oven for a few minutes.

  • #937560

    twisted
    Member

    Where can women go baking?

    “Ma darko shel ani…hu masik batanur ve’ishto ofah” Pesachim 116a

    AT HOME!

  • #937561

    The ones you bake yourself.

  • #937562

    real-brisker
    Member

    common – Why only if you eat gebrokts?

  • #937563

    msseeker
    Member

    I’d rather eat thick matzah than thin cardboard but ?? ??? ???? ??? ???????. Satmar Willi for me – ??? ?? ???.

  • #937564

    always here
    Participant

    we (this B’klyn family) get our matzah from Montreal.

  • #937565

    yogibooboo
    Member

    twisted-wanna come show me how? or u can make for me?

  • #937566

    a mamin
    Participant

    satmer matzos are delicious and crisp! not thick at all!! you dont have to be satmer to eat them!!

  • #937567

    twisted
    Member

    Yogiboo, I am in EY, and I make a little more than just enough for the seder, the rest of the week is machine shmura. I do share my set up with yechidim, and I am happy to mentor anyone, just someone in the kitchen has to have a deep grasp of the halacha. Maybe I can tempt you- fresh ground(+24) whole grain is really yummy, nutty and sweet.

  • #937568

    twisted
    Member

    Yogiboo, I am in EY, and I make a little more than just enough for the seder, the rest of the week is machine shmura. I do share my set up with yechidim, and I am happy to mentor anyone, just someone in the kitchen has to have a deep grasp of the halacha. Maybe I can tempt you- fresh ground(+24) whole grain is really yummy, nutty and sweet.

    GAW, are you from the few that do?

  • #937569

    oomis
    Participant

    My friend loves Kerestirer matzos. OT slightly, does anyone knwo of a totally gluten free matzah that is tasty? A relative of mine has been provisionally diagnosed with celiac disease, so we want to avoid problems on Pesach. Also, dos anyone know Non-Gebrochts companies that can be relied upon to not make their products with traces of nuts? My granddaughter has a nut allergy (to all nuts and seeds – but seeds are not shayach to Pesach), and I want to know if there are any products that we can safely use for her that will not trigger anything.

  • #937570

    twisted
    Member

    nnnngh( The sound of biting tongue and preparing to be polite)

    If it is gluten free, there are yesh omrim (more than one) that it is not matzoh, never mind the taste. For the newly diagnosed celiac, ones rachamana patrei, and vochai bohem is as much Torah as matzo.

    On the nut allergy, prepare to do lots of potato starch/egg cookies. I, having worked in the entrails of the food service industry have seen all manner of carelessness, and traces and cross contamination is just doing business as usual. If there was an allergy to roach legs, we would all be in trouble.

  • #937571

    smartcookie
    Member

    Chareidim in BP.

    Montreal bakery.

  • #937572

    Health
    Participant

    DY – “I don’t know about thinest, but Pupa-Tzelem is 8 matzos per pound”

    I also think these are the best tasting!

  • #937573

    real-brisker
    Member

    Health – I’ll 2nd that.

  • #937574

    JCCSG
    Member
  • #937575

    okay

    i didnt want to start a thread on this

    but the cRc in their Pesach magazine said that Metamucil original coarse is recommended for Pesach even though it has no hechsher.

    only ORIGINAL COARSE

    i found it at Osco and it is available online from many sources.

    for those who prefer regular Matzoh to whole wheat, this can be a big help.

    for those who dont know, metamucil is a high fiber powder which is mixed into liquid

  • #937576

    ontheball
    Member

    thinnest and very tasty-charedim whole wheat

  • #937577

    yogibooboo
    Member

    mod 80-or mineral oil works great too!

  • #937578

    Health
    Participant

    yogibooboo- So does prunes and prune juice.

  • #937579

    Ofcourse
    Member

    Which is the thinnest Spelt Shmurah (are there choices?) and where in Brooklyn can you get it? Whats the approximate price per pound?

  • #937580

    yogibooboo
    Member

    yeah but i dont like prunes

  • #937581

    Ofcourse
    Member

    Any more opinions on the thinnest brand of Regular Shmurah Matzo, and the thinnest brand of Spelt Shmurah Matza?

  • #937582

    The thinnest matzo in NY is Chareidim. Regular or whole wheat. You get 11 matzos per lb.

  • #937583

    aidel
    Participant

    charedim matzah bakery is the best matzos available anywhere.

    thinnest possible, and best tasting.

  • #937584

    Yenta
    Participant

    I just found this video in the video section: http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/article.php?p=160900

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