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hallah

During the Temple period, the dough set aside to be given to the priests. In post-Temple times, a small piece of dough set aside and burnt. In common parlance, the braided loaves blessed and eaten on the Sabbath and Festivals.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "hallah." (Viewed on July 28, 2014) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/glossary/hallah>.

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