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– March 20, 2018
These are not “crackers”. They are a special kind of bread that Jewish people eat instead of leavened bread during Passover. If you are buying these thinking they are crackers that will pair nicely with cheese you will be very disappointed.
That said they are very good type of matzo and cheap to boot. But unless you have to eat this stuff I wouldn’t touch it.
– April 18, 2018
Good. This is Balmzy
– April 19, 2019
It’s good matzo if you know what matzo is!
– June 24, 2019
I use matzo year round, in various ways, so I’m sorry it’s only carried seasonally. I found Holyland matzo superior in taste to Manishevitz and other matzohs and will look forward to finding it again.
– October 30, 2019
These work great for my food plan. I actually use them to put eggs (with or without turkey bacon) on top. Could also spread chicken or tuna salad on top. I feel like it’s healthier than bread for me.
– March 15, 2021
My Matzos was burnt!
– March 29, 2021
My Matzos were Burnt!!!
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– March 29, 2021
“Greetings! Very helpful advice within this article! It is the little changes that make the most significant changes. Thanks for sharing!”
– April 8, 2021
These matzot are literally the best out there. They are thin and crisp (like all matzot) but the difference is that they seem to be baked a minute or two longer or in a hotter oven giving them an even crispier yet nutty flavor. The only matzot that come close to this are Yehuda Matzot, which I believe are made at the same factory in Jerusalem. THANK YOU Trader Joe’s for getting this wonderful product
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