“Wet Bread” and how to get the best out of it.

peter crabtree

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Challah is available in supermarkets these days. I remember the days when the Jewish bakeries in East London only sold it on Fridays.
The pronunciation of the word ' challah ' is actually 'kholla'
The kh sounding like you're clearing your throat....

DO NOT TASTE IT!

Or you'll never make any bait!
 

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Don't tell the Kosher Nosh-tra, but it makes a 'squisite bacon butty!
The Jewish bakers know a thing or two about making bread as a kid in Dalston in the east end. You were taught only to go to the Jewish bakers even if it meant a mile walk and if you went to the nearest instead you knew mum would twig it .
 
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