According to the halachot I am learning (Dirshu Halacha Yomi), "Therefore, the following people who are unable to bear in mind this intention, may not be involved in the matzah baking process: a non-Jew, a deaf-mute, a minor, and one who does not have full mental faculties."
This made me think about other people who may be unable to make matza.
The halacha from last week indicated that while forming the dough, the baker must look for certain signs, "These signs include; cracks forming on the dough or the color of the dough’s surface turning white" and they indicate that the dough is becoming chametz.
If an intrinsic aspect to making Matzah for the seder requires looking for visible signs, may a blind person be a baker of these matzot? And if not, is he included somewhere in a list of those not allowed?