Here are 3 different ways to braid round challah

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Jordan Palmer

The Jewish New Year holiday, Rosh Hashanah, is right around the corner. The holiday, which lasts two days, begins at sundown on September 6. Rosh Hashanah is a festive occasion, as most New Year celebrations tend to be. Many Jews will mark the occasion with a holiday dinner for friends and family. Rosh Hashanah foods are sweet to symbolize our hope for a sweet year. Rosh Hashanah’s dinner often begins with everyone dipping slices of apple into honey to usher in a year full of sweetness.

Leah Schapira is a best-selling author of Fresh & Easy Kosher Cooking and the co-author of the Made Easy and Secret Restaurant Recipes cookbook series. She recently published a YouTube video on 3 ways how to braid round challah on the Between Carpools channel.

Give it a try, and pause as needed until you get the hang of it.

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