AMAZING Challah Recipe and the Meaning Behind the Mitzvah

Learn how to make my signature Cinnamon, Raisin, Walnut Challah in this fun mother daughter challah baking video. And discover the deeper meaning behind the mitzvah of separating challah (hafrashas challah).

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  • Avatar photo JF says on November 4, 2013

    Great video – I learned something AND got a great new recipe. Thank you!

    • Avatar photo Allison Josephs says on November 4, 2013

      thanks!! just what we were hoping for!

  • Avatar photo Maria-Philippa Wieckowski says on November 6, 2013

    I'm not jewish (orthodox christian here), but since I've discovered your work – which is truly amazing :)), you've become a source of inspiration for me… Plus, I discover new things about judaism, in a very clear way. And that's thanks to you!! Toda raba, keep going!! 🙂

  • Avatar photo Red Cow says on December 31, 2013

    Mitzvot are so meaningful whether one knows the deeper messages or not. But knowing the deeper messages makes it so much more uplifting.

  • Avatar photo Chana Parnes says on February 17, 2014

    Thank you for teaching so many women about the beauty of separating challah.

  • Avatar photo Melody says on December 18, 2014

    I want to tell you how much my little girl (4yrs old) loves your video! (We both do!) We made your Challah together yesterday, and it was so WONDERFUL!
    Thank you!!


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