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11 Foods to Help You Break the Fast For Yom Kippur

When it comes time to break the fast for Yom Kippur, these are the recipes you'll want to turn to. From basic homemade challah bread to the most chocolaty babka, these foods will help fill up your empty stomach and aid in a sweet new year. - Additional reporting by Perri Konecky
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