Around this time of year, I receive a lot of emails asking about making gluten free matzo. People also want to know what they can eat. Is rice ok? Corn? Lentils? These are good questions and speak to the level of Jewish observance you follow in your own life. I decided to write a post that will help you understand the details that go into making homemade gluten free matzo. Please go here to read the post. It includes links to my four gluten free matzo recipes (here and here and here and here) as well as a link to my gluten free matzo making video.
Next week, I’ll be experimenting even further. I’m ready to return to the field. Plus I’m going to try using a new secret piece of equipment which I ordered today to make matzo. If my instincts are correct, it will aid enormously in making gluten free matzo at home. I’m hoping to have it by the middle of next week, in time for my Gluten Free Matzo Making class which I’m teaching at Temple Emanuel in Worcester, MA.
During the next two weeks, I’ll also be posting the recipes I’ll be making for my gluten free and dairy free and vegan seder. Please come back and visit! And feel free to share your links and/or recipes for Passover. We all benefit when we learn from each other.