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Old 08-13-2014, 12:03 AM   #41741
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Originally Posted by gilisi View Post
Me 2.... What does it taste like? is it sweet?
Yes. The ones I've had were all sweet, egg doughs -- like a brioche or kolache. It was explained to me it that it is made with sugar or honey because the loaf commemorates the manna from heaven which was sweet. But that could be like some of the legends floating around about our cultures.

@RDNKJ Which recipe? The Rosh Hashanah one or the Sabbath one?

Have you made the lekakh recipe in that book? It was another "make it often" cake of my grad school. It is a good freezer cake.
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