In what is the traditional bread of the Jewish Rosh Hashanah season dipped?
– Warm milk
– Cranberry juice
– Peanut butter
Also known as the Days of Awe, the Ten Days of Repentance conclude in the major fast day of Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement. The traditional bread, the challah, is eaten for the Rosh Hashanah season. It is a round bread, symbolizing the eternal cycle of life. The challah is traditionally dipped in honey to symbolize the hope that the coming New Year will be a sweet one. Apples are also dipped in honey during the Rosh Hashanah season. Source: MyJewishLearning.com