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