The Doughs and Dont’s of Challah: Part Two

With the Yomim Tovim fast approaching, Rabbi Nissan Zibell of “Kashrus: Be in the Know” clarifies more important details to keep in mind when doing the mitzvah of Hafrashas Challah.

Can many women at a Challah Bake table join their doughs together to make a Bracha? How does one separate challah from cakes? Does one need to separate challah from pancakes? Why should one always add a drop of water to their dough? Is there something wrong with burning the separated piece of challah dough in my oven?

With the Yomim Tovim fast approaching, Rabbi Nissan Zibell of Kashrus: Be in the know continues to clarify important details one should keep in mind when doing the mitzvah of Hafrashas Challah.

Kashrus: Be In The Know is an organization that has been helping to educate consumers for over three years now. The best way to keep kosher at home is by learning the halachos that one needs to know.

Kashrus: Be In The Know was created with the intention to increase Kashrus awareness and provide consumers with a knowledge of basic halacha, as well as important information regarding how foods are made and processed. With this information, it is their hope to help people in making educated choices when buying products.

Although the classes are given by Rabbis who both work in respectable hashgachos, and have a depth of knowledge in Halacha as well as the food industry, it does not in any way replace asking questions to a Rav. Rather, it presents the awareness to even know what to ask.

To date, there are over 1,800 people receiving weekly and informative classes on their WhatsApp Groups.

To join a weekly group, click on the links below. You can also visit their website for past classes at www.kashrusbeintheknow.com

Womens WhatsApp Group
https://chat.whatsapp.com/CHa2Busa6bOAsGScqskagi

Mens WhatsApp Group
https://chat.whatsapp.com/HcTFbecRxCs5MXvOoTtNNF

You can listen to the class, The Doughs and Dont’s of Challah: Part Two below.

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