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ווידעאָ: צימעס לכּבֿוד ראָש־השנה וואָס איז געשמאַק אָבער נישט צו זיס!WATCH: Tzimmes For Rosh Hashanah that’s tasty but not too sweet

זעט ווי שׂרה־רחל שעכטער און איוו יאַכנאָוויץ גרייטן צו אַ פֿליישיקע און אַ פּאַרעווע ווערסיע.

ס׳קומט באַלד ראש־השנה. צײַט צו פּלאַנירן דעם מעניו!

אָט וועט איר זען ווי שׂרה־רחל שעכטער און איוו יאַכנאָוויץ גרייטן צו צוויי מינים צימעס: אַ פֿליישיקע און אַ פּאַרעווע ווערסיע — און ביידע געמאַכט אָן איבעריקן צוקער אָדער האָניק.

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