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Separating Challah

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How to separate challah from dough
Simple-to-follow instructions on the mitzvah of separating the “challah” portion from a batch of dough.
Watch how it’s done!
When making challah for Shabbat, there’s a special tradition to do the mitzvah of separating a small piece of ‘challah’. Watch how it’s done.
A Taste of Text—Shelach
Why the mitzvah of separating challah is integral to bringing G‑d into our lives.
Women Learn Sefer HaMitzvot
Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 18, Shelach sicha 5
The mitzvah of separating Challah, biblically has no specified amount, yet the Sages identify how much challah to give the Kohen. This all becomes clearer with understanding the deeper connection between taking Challah and rejecting idolatry.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Shelach
An alternate reading into the Torah’s words related to the mitzvah of separating challah provides instruction on when to begin educating our youth in yiddishkeit.
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 141 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
Over a thousand women unite to knead, braid and pray.
An evening of inspiration, prayer and unity, as more than a 1000 Jewish women in Montreal, Canada join together to share and celebrate the special tradition of challah.
Women in Jewish religious life
The mitzvah of separating the consecrated “challah” portion from dough is a symbol for a woman’s influence on the kashrut of the Jewish home.
Making the Dough
How to make your own perfect challah dough from scratch. We then knead the dough, separate the “consecrated portion,” and leave the dough to rise.
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