Cookbook "Spiritual Kneading" By Dahlia Abraham Klein--Gift for Feeding the Needy at Masbia
Distributing 2 million meals a year to the needy is a huge undertaking. To make it happen, Masbia needs many partners. Dahlia Abraham Klein has been a frequent contributor to our past fundraisers, including the most recent Tzimmes campaign. Dahlia is a food educator who draws from her own family heritage of Central Asia to create meals that honor what is most meaningful about cooking and food everywhere in the world--a connectedness to place, history and family. She donated her cookbooks for us to give as gifts to our well-deserving donors. In return for your donation of $180, you can choose this copy of Spiritual Kneading by Dahlia Abraham Klein.
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Publisher: Shamashi Press (January 14, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.5 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
Spiritual Kneading though the Jewish Months is an evocative collection of challah recipes, Jewish spiritual insights, and Torah study as it relates to each Jewish month, called Rosh Chodesh. Dahlia Abraham-Klein, pulls from Jewish texts a book that enhances women's spiritual growth via the tradition of challah baking while meditating upon the Jewish theme of the month. The book gives an extensive history of Rosh Chodesh and why it's traditionally been a woman's holiday. The book covers all twelve months of the Jewish year, with specific Torah text for each month as well as a specific challah that relates the Torah theme to that month.