Recipes to help make the fast easier and meaningful.
Yom Kippur fasting
They say that all the kugel one ate in honor of Shabbat is weighed in heavenly court alongside one’s deeds and misdeeds.
Vegan or with meat, traditional couscous with stew is a clever choice both before and after the fast.
These Tunisian bollo cookies are part of a long tradition of using light, sweet foods to recover from 25 hours of not eating.
Should we eschew salt before Yom Kippur? Not necessarily, according to a recent study involving students and nuts by Prof. Micah Leshem of Haifa University.
No Jewish-Arab holiday strife, but plenty of bike accidents as Israelis take to the streets for Yom Kippur and Id al-Adha.
A new take on Judaism's holiest holiday: 'The Day of Atonement confronted me with the possibility of a terrifying fate. Was my name in the Book of Life?'
When thinking of what to eat before and after, it’s important to keep in mind what best prepare your body for the undertaking. Here are some tasty and nourishing ideas.
And if you can’t follow these simple suggestions, see Tip No. 11 - before you start the fast.
It is the holiest day in Judaism, yet its intent has markedly changed and its practice today is a far cry from the rites of ancient times.