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  • Anyone celebrate a traditional Friday night Shabbat dinner here?

    If you do, what do you do for Challah? I do not have bread in the house anymore, and so we've stopped doing the Hamotzi part, but I really want to start it up again. the kids miss it.

    Any ideas for primal challah?

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    This is what my friend uses:

    http://www.thespunkycoconut.com/2009...ry-garlic.html

    But she doesn't use cashew milk. She uses coconut milk I believe.
    The more I see the less I know for sure.
    -John Lennon

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    • #3
      THANK YOU! I am going to try it this coming weekend. Will let you know how it tastes.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by scubasam View Post
        THANK YOU! I am going to try it this coming weekend. Will let you know how it tastes.
        Can't wait, hope your family likes it!
        The more I see the less I know for sure.
        -John Lennon

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        • #5
          for the high holy days I bought some little individual frozen, gluten-free challahs to say hamotzi over. Might be a good option to have everyone have (or share) their own dinner-roll sized challas as opposed to one (or traditionally 2) that's big enough to have several days of sandwiches from after the meal. I'd call that amount of non-gluten grains part of the 20%.

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          • #6
            Just wanted to report back that I tried the recipe lil_earthmomma posted and it is very tasty. My husband and I enjoyed them but the kids did not like it at all. Off to buy some GF challah now and will keep experimenting.

            @moonablaze, if I can't find GF challah, I will just buy 3 small ones, one for each kid until I find a suitable alternative.

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