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The Tu B’Shevat seder is a symbolic and spiritual ritual that has its roots in the mystical traditions of Kabbalistic Judaism, particularly in the city of…

Covering the bread at the first two meals of Shabbat is a universal custom within Judaism, carrying a symbolic significance deeply rooted in the reverence for…

Challah, a now typically braided bread eaten for Shabbat and holidays, is one of the most recognizable Jewish symbols out there. While many people can recognize…