Hallah (Jewish cuisine): The 'hallah is a traditional Jewish bread, rich in consistency, similar to brioche (but without butter), usually, but not necessarily, braided (See Braid with butter) .Origin of the word' hallah: In Hebrew: חלה / xɑːˈlɑː /, / ˈhɑːlə / or / ˈkɑːlə /, plur. 'Halloth, also known in Germanic languages as bar'hes, barkis or bergis. Taking its name from the tithe taken from the bread dough to donate to priests, ...
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