Aduriz and his team make these simple flatbreads with xanthan gum to firm up their structure. The idea is to make it "so crunchy that it's near the boundary of pleasure and pain."
Safe to say it was the crunchiest flatbread I've ever tried.
uh? ever have matza?
Yes. This cracker requires significantly more newtons of toothforce to bite through.
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