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Title: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 18, 2017, 09:45:27 PM
Any recommendations for gluten free matzah? Best taste? Cheapest?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: oiseli48 on March 19, 2017, 12:13:41 AM
Are you looking for Pesach? Your only option would be oat matza to still be yotze eating real matza
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 19, 2017, 12:27:06 AM
Are you looking for Pesach? Your only option would be oat matza to still be yotze eating real matza
yes. Just wondering what options there are?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: lechatchileh ariber on March 19, 2017, 12:28:35 AM
My nephew eats oat matza, and my brother most definitely does not have anything good to say about it
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: MeirS on March 19, 2017, 01:59:36 AM
There are Kestenbaum Matzos.

Though they'll leave you with a big hole in your pocket.

http://www.theglutenfreeshoppe.com/default/products/gluten-free-passover-products-1/matzos-matzo-squares-matzo-meal/gluten-free-oat-matzo-hand-kestenbaum.html
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 19, 2017, 10:16:37 AM
There are Kestenbaum Matzos.

Though they'll leave you with a big hole in your pocket.

http://www.theglutenfreeshoppe.com/default/products/gluten-free-passover-products-1/matzos-matzo-squares-matzo-meal/gluten-free-oat-matzo-hand-kestenbaum.html
$29 for 5 oz? Is that 3 matzahs?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: sky121 on March 19, 2017, 10:21:15 AM
You can buy the GF 'tastes like potato chips' matza for eating and the oat matza to be yotzei.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 19, 2017, 10:23:07 AM
Many bakeries make oat. Lakewood does as well as Pupa Tzeilim
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: elit on March 19, 2017, 10:29:08 AM
Many bakeries make oat. Lakewood does as well as Pupa Tzeilim
That won't work for Some one who can't have any cross contamination
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 19, 2017, 10:30:47 AM
$29 for 5 oz? Is that 3 matzahs?
yes, it's crazy how expensive it is.
My kids have celiac and only eat Gluten free. The matzahs are awful
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 19, 2017, 10:32:01 AM
That won't work for Some one who can't have any cross contamination
IIRC they say gluten free do they may avoid that. In general considering the way they avoid cross contamination between batches I would imagine that i it is not that difficult to go that extra step.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: elit on March 19, 2017, 10:34:23 AM
IIRC they say gluten free do they may avoid that. In general considering the way they avoid cross contamination between batches I would imagine that i it is not that difficult to go that extra step.
It's more complicated than that they need to use oats that were grown in area that's separated from other grains
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 19, 2017, 10:39:29 AM
That won't work for Some one who can't have any cross contamination
exactly, it needs to be specific Gluten free oats
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 19, 2017, 10:45:52 AM
It's more complicated than that they need to use oats that were grown in area that's separated from other grains
Okay.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: MeirS on March 19, 2017, 11:01:41 AM
$29 for 5 oz? Is that 3 matzahs?
Apparently Rabbi Kestenbaum has developed oats which are 100% gluten free.
Of the 5 grains which can be used for Matzos, oats have the least gluten. He planted a field of oats, tested them to see which part of the field had least gluten, replanted those kernels and did the same thing with the new crop. He repeated this a number of times until he got gluten free oats.

I don't know what the going price is. The link is what came up when I searched on Google as an example.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 19, 2017, 11:07:49 AM
It's more complicated than that they need to use oats that were grown in area that's separated from other grains
Not familiar enough to know if this us adequate, but Lakewood has with gluten free certification.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 19, 2017, 11:16:52 AM
Apparently Rabbi Kestenbaum has developed oats which are 100% gluten free.
Of the 5 grains which can be used for Matzos, oats have the least gluten. He planted a field of oats, tested them to see which part of the field had least gluten, replanted those kernels and did the same thing with the new crop. He repeated this a number of times until he got gluten free oats.

I don't know what the going price is. The link is what came up when I searched on Google as an example.

Rediscovering science from first principles, huh
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: chaimmayer on March 19, 2017, 12:16:27 PM
I bought my son oat matzah.
He took one bite and said it was worse than marror!
It's not simple that oats really are one of the חמשת מיני דגן but it is the only choice for some unfortunately.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 19, 2017, 01:15:24 PM
Not familiar enough to know if this us adequate, but Lakewood has with gluten free certification.
yes, lakewood and kestenbaum are the 2 that are gluten free, unless there is a new one this year. They are both equally expensive and  awful
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: srap on March 19, 2017, 04:58:01 PM
Are these only the thick round ones or do they have the everyday boxed ones also?

Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 19, 2017, 05:32:01 PM
Are these only the thick round ones or do they have the everyday boxed ones also?
Lakewood has machine
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: MeirS on March 19, 2017, 07:43:19 PM
Are these only the thick round ones or do they have the everyday boxed ones also?
So does Kestenbaum
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 19, 2017, 08:30:41 PM
Lakewood has machine
is the machine matzah any better tasting?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Crazy tools on March 19, 2017, 08:40:33 PM
I was in the bakery in Israel where Lakewood makes the oat matzoh, they have a guy that comes to test the air to make sure there's no gluten. Oat is also the first batch of the year so you don't have other flour in the main bakery room yet.
Oat dough is extremely delicate and there is a lot of waste even with machine matzoh. I'm sure that's part of the reason it's so pricey.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 19, 2017, 08:54:51 PM
I wonder if Yemenite style oat Matza would be any better/cheaper. I would guess an Ashkenazi that has a medical reason would get a heter to use such.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 19, 2017, 11:27:36 PM
I wonder if Yemenite style oat Matza would be any better/cheaper. I would guess an Ashkenazi that has a medical reason would get a heter to use such.
not sure why. there is ashkenazic oat matzah, its just terrible tasting
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 19, 2017, 11:44:42 PM
not sure why. there is ashkenazic oat matzah, its just terrible tasting
Maybe Yemenite would taste better, or at least be easier to chew and swallow. After all, it's only in the last couple of hundred years that Ashkenazim started making the current cracker style matzos that we currently eat.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: AsherO on March 19, 2017, 11:54:49 PM
Maybe Yemenite would taste better, or at least be easier to chew and swallow. After all, it's only in the last couple of hundred years that Ashkenazim started making the current cracker style matzos that we currently eat.

Blasphemy! The Jews exiting Egypt carried dough in pouches on their back, and it naturally baked itself into thin round crackers! Obviously!
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 20, 2017, 12:08:52 AM
Blasphemy! The Jews exiting Egypt carried dough in pouches on their back, and it naturally baked itself into thin round crackers! Obviously!
Was that the Matza before Chatzos or the Matza after Chatzos?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 20, 2017, 08:09:16 AM
Maybe Yemenite would taste better, or at least be easier to chew and swallow. After all, it's only in the last couple of hundred years that Ashkenazim started making the current cracker style matzos that we currently eat.
About 700-800
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 20, 2017, 10:42:59 AM
About 700-800
-1

What's the earliest source for not eating שרויה on Pesach? That's strongly related to the cracker style matzos.

http://haoros.com/archive/index.asp?kovetz=919&cat=9&haoro=4
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: lechatchileh ariber on March 20, 2017, 11:01:01 AM
@op,
Quote from: mybrother
If he cannot handle the spelt ones, they were not so bad. The oat ones were ma'achol behaimo
My brother
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 20, 2017, 11:16:36 AM
-1

What's the earliest source for not eating שרויה on Pesach? That's strongly related to the cracker style matzos.

http://haoros.com/archive/index.asp?kovetz=919&cat=9&haoro=4 (http://haoros.com/archive/index.asp?kovetz=919&cat=9&haoro=4)
THAT is your source? The minhag to have thin matzo comes from the RIV"A and the Kol Bo quoting drashos HaRaAVa"D based upon a rashi

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and codified by RMA

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Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: motec bb on March 20, 2017, 04:19:49 PM
My uncle makes oat matzah in Israel.  Most yrs it comes out very bitter as oats naturally are. This year they did something that makes it taste fine. Pm me if you want me to find out where it is sold in the US
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: MeirS on March 20, 2017, 06:05:12 PM
My uncle makes oat matzah in Israel.  Most yrs it comes out very bitter as oats naturally are. This year they did something that makes it taste fine. Pm me if you want me to find out where it is sold in the US
Any idea of the gluten level?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 20, 2017, 11:43:40 PM
Any idea of the gluten level?
yeah, not all oats are Gluten free. If it is then I would be interested in trying it. Can't be worse than the alternatives
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: yudamaan on March 23, 2017, 01:34:20 AM
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Saw these in Lakewood npgs for 28 dollars, wonder if they taste any better?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 23, 2017, 07:27:07 AM
Question: says kosher lpesach lnimnaim mgluten.

That implies other people shouldn't eat it on pesach. Why?  Are they doing something we don't usually do with matzah?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: chaimmayer on March 23, 2017, 07:57:36 AM
Question: says kosher lpesach lnimnaim mgluten.

That implies other people shouldn't eat it on pesach. Why?  Are they doing something we don't usually do with matzah?
It's not simple that oats really are one of the חמשת מיני דגן but it is the only choice for some unfortunately.
I hate to qoute this guy but see here for example
http://www.torahmusings.com/2011/08/oat-matzah/
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 23, 2017, 08:18:52 AM
That would just mean is not matzah. Wouldn't mean other people shouldn't eat it
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aro123 on March 23, 2017, 09:42:39 AM
They also have to steam the oats first which may be a chometz issue
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: chaimmayer on March 23, 2017, 10:03:31 AM
That would just mean is not matzah. Wouldn't mean other people shouldn't eat it
Shouldn't eat it for the mitzvah
I wonder if it's not dagan if it's kitniyos
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: bluesky on March 23, 2017, 10:23:05 AM

Saw these in Lakewood npgs for 28 dollars, wonder if they taste any better?
The second box from Pupa doesn't say 18 minutes! The first box of hand matzos does. I find the hand matzos too thick and hard to eat. I only found one machine matzo that was normal and still 18 minutes.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 23, 2017, 10:25:56 AM
The second box from Pupa doesn't say 18 minutes! The first box of hand matzos does. I find the hand matzos too thick and hard to eat. I only found one machine matzo that was normal and still 18 minutes.
that is a machine matzo thing. All hand matzo is 18 minutes. If any hand matzo will be thin it is Pupa
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: bluesky on March 23, 2017, 10:32:07 AM
that is a machine matzo thing. All hand matzo is 18 minutes. If any hand matzo will be thin it is Pupa
Even if it doesn't say it?! What is a machine matzo thing?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 23, 2017, 10:32:39 AM
They also have to steam the oats first which may be a chometz issue

Ah, that is presumably the issue. 
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 23, 2017, 10:54:55 AM
Even if it doesn't say it?! What is a machine matzo thing?
What do you think the 18 minutes means? All matzo need to be baked within 18 minutes. When a box of machine matzo says 18 minutes it means they shut down and cleaned the machine every 18 minutes which some are lenient about. Hand matzo they always take a break every 18 minutes.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: yudamaan on March 24, 2017, 01:12:31 AM
The second box from Pupa doesn't say 18 minutes! The first box of hand matzos does. I find the hand matzos too thick and hard to eat. I only found one machine matzo that was normal and still 18 minutes.
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Look again
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: bluesky on March 26, 2017, 09:56:42 PM
Quote from: yudamaan link=topic=75347.msg1704375#msg1704375
Look again[emoji6
:-[  I see it now
You'd be surprised how many people assume that shmura matzo means it is also 18 regaim.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 26, 2017, 11:01:23 PM
Are any of these gluten free options available in Israel? Want to know if I should be bringing or if I can buy there.

Also, wondering if the Yehuda matzah style is available in Israel. Its made there but I heard in the past it has not been available in stores
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 26, 2017, 11:33:26 PM
I just sampled lakewood matzah.  Bitter stuff. Are they all this terrible?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 26, 2017, 11:34:14 PM
I just sampled lakewood matzah.  Bitter stuff. Are they all this terrible?
oats are bitter
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 26, 2017, 11:35:04 PM
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Look again
did anyone taste this?  ?New and improved?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 26, 2017, 11:39:58 PM
did anyone taste this?  ?New and improved?
they say that every year and every year its just as awful
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 27, 2017, 08:02:36 AM
they say that every year and every year its just as awful
They didn't change the box since that first year
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 27, 2017, 10:48:40 AM
They didn't change the box since that first year
thanks
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 27, 2017, 11:02:47 AM
thanks
I didn't say that based on actual knowledge. It was an assumption
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 27, 2017, 11:58:17 PM
I bought my son oat matzah.
He took one bite and said it was worse than marror!
It's not simple that oats really are one of the חמשת מיני דגן but it is the only choice for some unfortunately.

Just came across this kuntres, which seems to claim that existence of gluten is what qualifies חמשת מיני דגן.

http://chassidus.ru/machmetzet.pdf



Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 28, 2017, 10:51:26 AM
Just came across this kuntres, which seems to claim that existence of gluten is what qualifies חמשת מיני דגן.

http://chassidus.ru/machmetzet.pdf
I think the author is mistaken in saying that the difference between the 5 grains and all others is Gluten. Oats do not have gluten, they have avenin, which is a different type of protein. The only reason why oats are an issue for celiacs and others who are gluten free is that they have been grown and processed together with wheat and other grains containing gluten.

Kinda bothers me that this misinformation is being spread without the proper research.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 28, 2017, 01:15:00 PM
I think the author is mistaken in saying that the difference between the 5 grains and all others is Gluten. Oats do not have gluten, they have avenin, which is a different type of protein. The only reason why oats are an issue for celiacs and others who are gluten free is that they have been grown and processed together with wheat and other grains containing gluten.

Kinda bothers me that this misinformation is being spread without the proper research.

I think ha gufa the argument is that oats are not one of the 5 grains for that reason, and that 2-row and 6-row barley are 2 of the 5
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 28, 2017, 01:35:19 PM
I think ha gufa the argument is that oats are not one of the 5 grains for that reason, and that 2-row and 6-row barley are 2 of the 5
Is that what this author is saying? I thought I saw somewhere in there a list of the 5 and oats were included, but I might be wrong. I am aware that there is some debate over whether oats are considered one of the 5 but in my understanding the majority opinion is that it is.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: henche on March 28, 2017, 02:01:46 PM
Is that what this author is saying? I thought I saw somewhere in there a list of the 5 and oats were included, but I might be wrong. I am aware that there is some debate over whether oats are considered one of the 5 but in my understanding the majority opinion is that it is.

I didn't read it.  I was just noting that it's debated whether oats are one of the 5. 

Personally, I wouldn't mind making shehakol on cheerios.

A better question is, if oats are not a grain, are they kitniyos?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 28, 2017, 02:07:25 PM
Did he reach his conclusion based on the shtickle or did he reach the shtickle based on the conclusion?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 28, 2017, 03:05:11 PM
Did he teach his conclusion based on the shtickle or did he teach the shtickle based on the conclusion?
what do you mean?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 28, 2017, 03:10:30 PM
what do you mean?
does my fix of a typo help you?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Emkay on March 28, 2017, 03:13:21 PM



Also, wondering if the Yehuda matzah style is available in Israel. Its made there but I heard in the past it has not been available in stores
Definitely​ was all over last year.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 28, 2017, 03:16:10 PM
I didn't read it.  I was just noting that it's debated whether oats are one of the 5. 

yes, its debated, but what isnt in our religion. Bottom line is Rav Moshe, Rav Elyashiv, and The Rav all held that oats are the 5th grain.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 28, 2017, 03:21:55 PM
Definitely​ was all over last year.
thanks, i will ask someone in Israel to look for me before I go.
I was able to order gf oat matzah from bnei brak to be delivered to yerushalayim. but my kids mostly eat the matzah style things.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Emkay on March 30, 2017, 08:56:20 AM


thanks, i will ask someone in Israel to look for me before I go.
Saw them in more than one store today.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 30, 2017, 10:39:52 AM
Saw them in more than one store today.
what specific stores so that I can ask someone to buy for me
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Emkay on March 30, 2017, 10:40:49 AM
what specific stores so that I can ask someone to buy for me
Mayan 2000
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 30, 2017, 11:40:08 AM
Mayan 2000
any others?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ExGingi on March 30, 2017, 12:13:12 PM
THAT is your source? The minhag to have thin matzo comes from the RIV"A and the Kol Bo quoting drashos HaRaAVa"D based upon a rashi
...
and codified by RMA
...

There's a distinction to be made between THIN matzos (רקיקין), which also the Yemenites do, and CRACKER style matzos (which have much less water and are kneaded much faster), which I believe are much more recent. As quoted in the source I brought, the Alter Rebbe says: "ומה שלא הזכירו זה הפוסקים, היינו משום שזה אינו מצוי כלל אלא בעיסה קשה שלא נילושה יפה, ובדורות הראשונים היו שוהין הרבה בלישה וגלגול עד שהיה נילוש יפה, עד שמקרוב זה עשרים שנה או יותר נתפשטה זהירות זו בישראל קדושים למהר מאד מאד בלישה, ואין לשין יפה יפה, ולכן נמצא קמח מעט במצות של עיסה קשה, כנראה בחוש למדקדקים באמת".

As a side note, if you look in Rashi on this weeks parsha (ויקרא ב, ה) it seems that even though the previous psukim are talking about רקיקין, only this one is hard due to frying, hence רקיקין are not necessarily hard, but only thin.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 30, 2017, 12:28:22 PM
There's a distinction to be made between THIN matzos (רקיקין), which also the Yemenites do, and CRACKER style matzos (which have much less water and are kneaded much faster), which I believe are much more recent. As quoted in the source I brought, the Alter Rebbe says: "ומה שלא הזכירו זה הפוסקים, היינו משום שזה אינו מצוי כלל אלא בעיסה קשה שלא נילושה יפה, ובדורות הראשונים היו שוהין הרבה בלישה וגלגול עד שהיה נילוש יפה, עד שמקרוב זה עשרים שנה או יותר נתפשטה זהירות זו בישראל קדושים למהר מאד מאד בלישה, ואין לשין יפה יפה, ולכן נמצא קמח מעט במצות של עיסה קשה, כנראה בחוש למדקדקים באמת".

As a side note, if you look in Rashi on this weeks parsha (ויקרא ב, ה) it seems that even though the previous psukim are talking about רקיקין, only this one is hard due to frying, hence רקיקין are not necessarily hard, but only thin.
From the discussions of the poskim and what they are contrasting it to it is clear that they are talking about hard matzo like ours. What you are quoting does not refer to a change in the texture of the baked matzo but to a change in the kneading process.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Emkay on March 31, 2017, 04:13:21 AM
any others?
Almost all the stores in ramat eshkol, arzei, maala dafna area had it. But it seems to be all over.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: caliheat on March 31, 2017, 09:56:51 AM
I just sampled lakewood matzah.  Bitter stuff. Are they all this terrible?
I'm not sure why everyone says it's so terrible..
Been eating it for years and I think it's great.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 31, 2017, 12:04:13 PM
I'm not sure why everyone says it's so terrible..
Been eating it for years and I think it's great.
having spoken to dozens of people who have tried it (I have even given it to people just to try) you are the first person to ever tell me that they didnt think it was disgusting.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on March 31, 2017, 12:50:22 PM
I'm not sure why everyone says it's so terrible..
Been eating it for years and I think it's great.
are you referring to the oat or regular?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: aygart on April 04, 2017, 12:41:39 AM
http://www.timesofisrael.com/gluten-free-matzah-heres-what-you-should-know/
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: caliheat on April 06, 2017, 10:07:07 PM
having spoken to dozens of people who have tried it (I have even given it to people just to try) you are the first person to ever tell me that they didnt think it was disgusting.
Disgusting is a strong word to describe a food that you dislike.
Either way, I like it. Not that I have another option..
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: caliheat on April 06, 2017, 10:07:18 PM
are you referring to the oat or regular?
Oat
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on April 06, 2017, 11:08:15 PM
Oat
do you like the after taste also?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: srap on April 06, 2017, 11:38:43 PM
do you like the after taste also?
Only one of the major companies has that distinct after taste, I believe.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: Rivky on April 09, 2017, 01:21:20 AM
Sorry to go off the subject but where can one buy puppy-tzalem matzah besides from the factory?

Any stores in Brooklyn carry it?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: SPGDUDE on March 11, 2018, 02:19:08 PM
Anyone know if there are any improvements this year with any brand?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: momo on March 11, 2018, 03:58:42 PM
Sorry to go off the subject but where can one buy puppy-tzalem matzah besides from the factory?

Any stores in Brooklyn carry it?
Mittlemans in boro park has.
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ADG on March 12, 2018, 06:05:20 PM
Can you find this GR oat matza in israel?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: springles on March 13, 2018, 03:29:46 PM
Can you find this GR oat matza in israel?
yes but much harder to find. Last year I had someone in Israel buy for me before I left so that I was sure that we had some
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: ADG on March 13, 2018, 03:36:51 PM
yes but much harder to find. Last year I had someone in Israel buy for me before I left so that I was sure that we had some
@springles
cool. Do you know which company sells them? Do you have a contact of the distributor?
Title: Re: Gluten free matzah
Post by: chaimmayer on March 19, 2018, 10:11:08 PM
I just bought machine oat matz and from Lakewood matza bakery.  I was about to buy it from jet to save the shipping costs and then at the,last second I saw it is expected to come on April 3rd.
No thanks.