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Where to go to get the best challah bread in London?

Without any shadow of a doubt whatsoever, Grodzynski's Bakery at 223 Golders Green Road, NW11 9ES. I very much doubt you will find better challah anywhere in Britain and quite (MORE)
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Why is challah bread kosher?

In actual fact, provided it hasn't been made with animal fat or non-kosher milk (milk from non-kosher animals), all bread is parve - meaning it's neither kosher nor trief (non (MORE)
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What do the braids represent in challah bread?

An interesting question. I looked it up; and the consensus is that the braiding of the Challah represents unity, intertwining, the central point, innerness, connectedness. T (MORE)

What does challah symbolize at Passover?

As no leavened products are eaten over Passover, challah is not eaten during this holiday. Instead, we eat unleavened matzoh, which symbolizes the haste with which the Israeli (MORE)
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What does the challah loaf symbolise?

It symbolizes the manna (a bread) that fell from the sky (Exodus  ch.16) when the Jews had left Egypt and were traveling in the  wilderness to Caanan, now known as Israel.
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How do you pronounce challah?

"KHAH-lah." The first consonant is a slightly rasping sound, a bit  softer than the Dutch "ch."
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What is a challah?

It's a loaf of soft bread, usually containing eggs in addition to the usual familiar ingredients of bread. The word is taken from the Hebrew, originally meaning the portion of (MORE)
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Who invented challah bread?

Challah is a traditional Jewish Sabbath bread. The first mention of  Challah appears in the Bible. It is in the Book of Numbers, Chapter  15, verse 18-21. This makes it a br (MORE)
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Why do jews eat challah?

Jewish tradition states that we should have three meals during theSabbath (Talmud, Shabbat 117b). The central ingredient in anyformal meal is bread (see Rashi commentary, Levi (MORE)