Breaking the fast

What do you eat to break the Yom Kippur fast? Many households eat something sweet, to give the body a shot of energy and prepare the stomach for a full meal. But every community’s “something sweet” is different: drinks like Faloodeh, the frozen delight of the Persians; cookies like the Moroccan Rifat; various pastries such as the Indian Puri or the Tupishti of the Greek Jews; there are also salty and surprising options, like the Harira soup of the Moroccan Jews or the Ceviche of the Anosi community of Mexico

If you like to start with sweet

Many communities have a tradition of breaking the fast with something sweet. It's the only time you'll have traditional justification to do dessert for dinner

But if you insist on having dinner...