Reposted from 2008.
Last year, I posted some pictures from my visit to the Chareidim Shemurah Matzoh Bakery.
This past Sunday, my wife, two of my daughters and I stopped in to “Chareidim” to buy our matzah, they have the thinnest, crispiest matzah that my wife absolutely insists on. One of the great things about going there is that you can watch the whole process, from the cutting of the dough:
Through the rolling and flattening of the dough which I didn’t snap this year because there was a private chaburah working and I wasn’t sure that they wanted to be photographed. They were just putting some fresh wood into the oven when we got there.
And we saw this guy quickly baking the mazah.
The matzah is then cooled and sent upstairs for boxing.