Gluten Free Matzo For A Joyful Passover!
Last night, I attended my Hadassah Book Club meeting, which is held in a meeting room in Sunset Foods grocery store. That might sound strange if you do not live on the North Shore of Chicago. Shopping at Sunset is not as beautiful as shopping at Harrods Food Hall in London, but the selection is amazing.
After the meeting, I decided to pick up an extra package of Manischewitz Fruit Slices. They are an old fashion family Passover Seder favorite.
As I walked down the aisle, I spotted a package of Gluten Free Matzo-Style Squares. I had to look twice, I was so surprised. For the last 6 years, I have not been able to keep the tradition of only matzo and no other unleaven foods to observe the Passover holiday.
I was so delighted that I purchased a package of regular matzo and a package of toasted union matzo. Both are made without wheat and are crispy and delicious. This matzo will be a yummy treat that I will enjoy all year long. I know other people will enjoy the matzo; just like bagels, you do not have to be Jewish to enjoy them.
If you or anyone you know is interested, the brand of Gluten Free Matzo-Style Squares is Yehuda, imported from Israel and Imported by HKS Marketing Ltd, Bayonne, New Jersey, 07002 USA
Hurrah, Gluten Free Matzo For A Joyful Passover!
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I’m so excited! I found this great Gluten Free Passover cookbook on iTunes from glutenfreematzo.com. Check it out
Now that Passover is over, I cannot find Yehuda, gluten free matzos. Where can I purchase these delicious matzos?
Susan, please forgive this delayed response. I have been absorbed in the Princesss Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift Musical production of my children’s book by that title. Thank you for the information. I took a quick look and will make time to read more. I appreciated your thoughtfulness. Most gratefully, Sheila
HI, Susan. I do not know at this time. However, I think I would contact the Yehuda site or the HKS marketing site both links are in my blog. I was going to speak to the buyer at Sunset Foods in Long Grove, IL were I purchased the matzo. I’ll let you know if I have any luck. Please, contact me if you discover an answer first. I know that Whole Foods also carried the gluten free matzo because my cousin purchased som in Austin, TX. Thank you for reading my blog. Sincerely, Sheila