Foods for Before and After the Yom Kippur Fast

Recipes to help make the fast easier and meaningful.

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A kosher challah bakery in Bnei Brak.Credit: Eyal Toueg

Yom Kippur may be a fast day, but ultimately it is about food just like any other Jewish holiday. In order to fast, you need to eat both before and afterward. Making the right food choices will ease your fast. We've pulled together some recipe suggestions for meals before and after Yom Kippur in order to help make your fast and easy and meaningful one.

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