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LET’S BREAK BREAD. A portion, a challah. Golden, braided loaves of airy, egg-rich, honey-sweetened challah bread are beloved by many, though the bread’s origins are deeply connected to the Jewish community.

The word comes from the tradition to take a small piece of dough and burn it in the oven as a blessing. It is said that the word was coined in Austria during the

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