Australian Jews bake world’s longest challah
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Australian Jews bake world’s longest challah

Record-setting piece of bread is 32 feet long, made from 150 pounds of dough

A kosher bakery in Sydney, Australia, breaks the Guinness world record for longest challah. (The Australian Jewish News/Facebook via JTA)
A kosher bakery in Sydney, Australia, breaks the Guinness world record for longest challah. (The Australian Jewish News/Facebook via JTA)

A kosher bakery in Sydney, Australia, has broken the Guinness world record for longest challah.

Grandma Moses Bakery, in partnership with the Jewish National Fund chapter in New South Wales, broke the record on Thursday, according to a Facebook post from the group.

The record-setting challah clocked in at more than 32 feet long and required over 150 pounds of dough and ten hours to bake.

The previous record, set in Brooklyn in 2015, was a 20-foot challah.

WORLD GUINESS BOOK RECORD HOLDERS!!! Well done to JNF Australia & Grandma Moses – Bakery Patisserie Cafe for holding the record for the longest challah ever baked! 10 meters, 12 hours, 100’s of volunteers & plenty dough!!! Mazeltov! #shabbatprojectsydney #challah #longestchallah #shabbat #shabbos #challahbake

פורסם על ידי ‏‎The Shabbat Project Sydney‎‏ ב- יום חמישי, 14 בנובמבר 2019

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