Not jewish, but still bought a load of these so I could keep a stock bread / cracker ration for certain meals.
Today I smoked a pork shoulder with hickory, and found it a bit strong. Countered it with matzo crackers and found it damn good.
Anyone found a niche for matzo outside of it's religious uses?
>he thinks matzos are stocked in every American supermarket purely because of muh religion
You're a good goy, so I'll let you in on a secret.
>Expecting sinister Ashkenazi conspiracy to mark gentiles as their slaves or some shit.
>Just a recipe for matzo
>Buying matzo, when it's easiest shit ever to make.
Throw some caramel on those bitches, some dark chocolate, throw that shit in the oven and top it with seasalt. Give it to your friends' kids. Watch the madness.
My family wasn't jewish but when I was growing up, my mom liked to make jewish food since she liked to experiment with making all kinds of different types of ethnic foods, so we usually had matzos hanging around in the pantry.
I used to make big matzo sandwiches out of them, peanut butter on one and jelly on the other.
>outside of it's religious uses
It's indispensable for Pesach, but plenty of Jews eat matzoh year-round because it's a good, practical cracker. My grandpa ate imitation chopped liver on matzoh for lunch pretty much every week.
I know this is supposed to be bait with the pork thing, but I hope you realize most Jews don't keep kosher and the ones that do probably don't post on 4chan.
Matzo ball soup is a good use, as well as putting charoset on them. http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/traditional-apple-walnut-charoset-234298
My dad used to like to put kraft singles on them, if you're a pleb you might enjoy that as well.