Matzoh -- not just for Jews anymore. Epicurious, a large and well-respective food site, held a Passover matzoh taste test. And the judges determined that several were edible! Yay!
I want to stop for a moment and comment on my enthusiasm. Until the past couple of years, whole wheat Passover products had never graced the paper-lined seasonal shelves at the local Try-n-Save. No amount of fresh veggies, dried fruits or water could overcome the
... to put it delicately ...
... a bit binding.
But this year, there are many whole-wheat-based items from which to choose: matzoh, matzoh farfel, matzoh meal and matzoh cake meal as well ... even Shmura (hand-made) matzoh! Woo-hoo! Happy tummy!
Yes, I realize that the list sounds like the same thing over and over again
Despite epicurious's blind taste test, conducted by "experts", theHubby still prefers plain ol' Manischewitz. I plan to sneak in a few boards of the whole-wheat persuasion into a few recipes. Let's see if he notices the difference in my Cheese Kugel. ;-)