What it’s about:
 Tribes-A-Dozen manufactures a unique kosher (OU) line of three Voilà! Hallah Egg Bread MixesSimply Spelt, Traditional, and Wholey Wheat. Their wholesome, all natural bread mixes bring you back to a kitchen from long ago. Recreating the warmth. The heavenly aroma. And, the unmistakable taste. They keep it simple so you can bake these traditional breads to share fresh with friends and loved ones, and make every meal special. Hallah made easy, no one will guess it came from a mix because it tastes just like from scratch. “Break Bread, Not Tradition”
Tribes-A-Dozen is about wholesome, all natural, kosher hallah (or challah bread) – – the classic egg bread – – also referred to as barches, brioche, kalács, osterbrot, or, simply, twisted bread.
Hallah has deep spiritual meaning in the Jewish faith, but traditional egg bread is enjoyed in many cultures and embraced by Kosher and non-Kosher households alike. Hallah, or egg bread, is perfectly enjoyed on its own, as sandwich bread, or as the ultimate base for French toast or bread pudding.

Tribes-A-Dozen mixes can be purchased at different retailers Walmart, Giant Food Stores, MOM’s Organic, Central Market, etc.

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Wholley Wheat!(I used a slightly too large pan. Oops)

Our Thoughts:
We were sent some of Tribes-A-Dozen’s Voila Hallah bread in Simply Spelt, Wholey Wheat & Traditional. We actually thought this bread was good, and even used the traditional mix to make a recipe for Pumpkin Cheese Babka from the Tribes-A-Dozen blog. Sadly, we didn’t put the yeast in right and the Babka kinda failed, but it still wasn’t awful, it just didn’t rise exactly how its supposed to. But later We made the Wholey Wheat & Simply Spelt. It was really good right out of the oven, even with just a bit of butter on it. Yumo!
The only downside to this bread, is that it takes 1-2 hours to make (depending on the mix that you’re using) to make it. So make sure you plan ahead if you are planning on trying one of these breads with a meal.
All in all it was some really good bread, from a great wholesome company!

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* We were given a pack of Voila Hallah Bread Mixes for free for review purposes. All opinions, views, etc. are our own.The Bread Mixes & information have been provided by Tribes-A-Dozen