Source sheet from a Beit Midrash on challah and bread in Jewish texts. The workshop itself is three hours long, beginning with starting the challah dough. When the bread is rising, texts 1, 2, 3, and 4 are studied in pairs. After one hour, the dough is braided, baked, and the remaining texts are studied. (this can be adjusted easily based on how slowly or quickly participants move through the texts). Participants can go home with a source sheet containing recipes and a freshly baked challah. If challot are baked on parchment paper, participants can write their names underneath the challah that they baked.