So now that Passover is finished, I'm starting to make my way through the four remaining boxes, 14 pieces per box. (I managed to give away one box from the 5-pack.) I'm actually in the mood for it now. I think it goes back to the first Question: On all other nights we eat either leavened or unleavened bread. Why, on this night, do we eat only unleavened bread? It's about choice. If I have a bagel or other breads during the day, one piece of matzoh isn't a big deal.
Besides, a lot of the things I like to put on matzoh (or any cracker) are not KLP. PB&J is fantastic on it. Hummus works great. Even the tuna salad I make with my vegan mayo (I happen to prefer the taste & texture to egg-based mayo) isn't KLP because the condiment is soy-based. I did make the chocolate-banana matzo brei a few times, and plan to make it more, but that's just because I like it.
|This is not necessarily an endorsement of Yehuda Matzoh.|
It's just what was on sale this year.
I'll probably get over this in a few days, when I get tired of having crackers and soup with dip for dinner. After a week of heavy meals, including five days of leftover lamb, I was ready for something lighter.