3 Boxes of Voila! Hallah-All Natural Egg Bread Mix-Tribes-a-Dozen-US-Ends 12/18 | Miki's Hope

3 Boxes of Voila! Hallah-All Natural Egg Bread Mix-Tribes-a-Dozen-US-Ends 12/18

Wednesday, November 27, 2013



Mission Statement (from the site)

Tribes-A-Dozen offers a diverse line of
high-quality, natural baking mixes so that even our busiest follower could create bread with the taste, aroma, and quality expected of a bread made from scratch.

WE SEE bread-baking as an expression of life's simplest joys, which Tribes-A-Dozen aims to spread by rekindling the tradition of baking bread at home.

WE BELIEVE that we nourish and share our humanity through the baking and breaking of bread and that no one would go hungry if every person mastered the basics of bread-baking.

WE RESOLVE to forge connections to all people and to the earth that are as straightforward and as warm as a freshly-baked loaf of bread.



I love bread--Wheat, Rye, Pumpernickle and Challah! So when Tribes-a-Dozen asked me to try their All Natural Egg Bread mixes, which use only natural ingredients, are Kosher and a whole lot more-I said to myself--why not. Now remember-I am in no form or shape a baker nor am I all that good at following directions and they do give some great tips on the site as well as recipes; but when I received 3 boxes 1 each of their varieties I figured I'd try. Of course my Mom made me read the directions to her over the phone and when I mentioned that I would buy a small carton of egg yolks and one of egg whites (I can not separate an egg to save my life) and some regular vegetable oil she said never mind I will separate the egg for you and give you some oil-which she did when I went to meet her yesterday. On the site it said that I could use a bowl and wooden spoon to mix everything together. Okay, no problem since I do not have a electric mixer of any kind. So this morning I took out my big bowl and wooden spoon and got to work--uh-you really will have an easier time of it with an electric mixer or bread kneader--I ended up using my hands! THEN-remember I told you I am no good at directions-I realized that I needed a rolling pin--nope-don't have that. so I gallantly formed about 4 balls let them sit to rise put them in the oven. They don't look too pretty--but they sure do taste delicious! Thankfully I do not have a camera for pictures!! I think I will make the next two boxes AT my Mom's apartment where there is everything but the mixer.


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39 comments :

Keno Moore said...

I learned,The blend of carefully selected premium ingredients bakes into a fragrant Hallah.

Masshole Mommy said...

I love Challah bread, but I've never even tried to make it on my own (I usually just buy it). I would love to make my own sometime :)

Wendi Watson said...

I just am not very good at making bread it always always falls i keep trying though! Thanks for this Info!

Chrishelle Ebner said...

I have never heard of Voila Hallah bread mix before, but it looks so delicious. I am a bread addict. The baking instructions sound very simple. Great review.

Kim Pinch said...

Their production practices include the use of renewable wind and solar energy and a recycling process able to reduce, reuse, and recycle 90% of all production.

Ashley Gill said...

I used to eat bread all the time.... Recently switching to Gluten Free has killed that addiction. This bread does sound yummy though!

Pam said...

This looks really yummy, and easy to make too!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

You're making me laugh with your determination to get that bread made! Taste is all that matters anyhow!

Katherine Bartlett said...

I am always making hallah so I'm going to have to get these!

AMBER EDWARDS said...

I have never seen these bread mixes before, but I would love to give them a try! I love bread, and I love the idea of having a mix to help make it happen just a little bit faster!

Pam said...

I went to their website and learned that I can purchase this product at my local walmart. I think these mixes look easy and I love bread so I will look for them the next time I am at the store.

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

I have never seen these bread mixes before but I love the idea of being able to make fresh bread at home. I can't wait to let the smell of it permeate my home while I am baking it.

Kay Adeola said...

I have never heard of these mixes in fact this type of bread,i have a bread maker but it mainly gets used to knead my dough for other things,i much prefer to go to the store for bread here as they do some amazing cheesy bread that does not taste as good at home lol.

Onica MommyFactor said...

For those who like Hallah bread these Voila Hallah bread mix will be very useful. Having fresh bread is such a treat

Amiyrah Martin said...

I am a huge fan of Challah bread, but I've never tried to make it myself. This mix might be my chance to try it! I'll have to keep a look out for it.

Bobbi Burleson said...

I always have such a hard time making bread from scratch. I need to give these a try!!

Amanda McMahon said...

I like that they are all natural, kosher challah --the classic egg bread.

Teresa McCluskey said...

I have these in my pantry right now. I think I may make them tomorrow! I love trying new things!

BabsProjects said...

I have never baked bread before but I always wanted to. I could try to make them with this mix...

Amanda Love ~ Growing Up Madison said...

I no good at baking anything unless it's already done. My mother was awesome at it. This sounds like a good mix.

Robyn Good said...

So, yummy! Hope I win!

cyndi br said...

there facility is committed to sustainable production practices that include use of renewable wind and solar energy and a recycling process

Lexiquin said...

I learned that "every single mix is made with love in an environmentally friendly facility"
Thanks for the giveaway!

Jen F said...

I learned that they are sold at a number of stores, including Walmart. I have never seen them before!

puye said...

I have never seen these bread mixes before, but I would love to give them a try! I love bread, I learned that they are sold at a number of stores, including Walmart.

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Serenap95 said...
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Serenap95 said...

I learned that I can find them at Walmart.

jodi frasier/lasher said...

well i learned you can buy it off of amazon.. :)

Deb (dubbage42) said...

I love the story of how she came up with the bread - her "Voila Hallah" moment! Great story - and I can't wait to try the bread. :)

Wendy said...

I like that they suggest you stagger preparation if time is an issue.

Molli Vandehey said...

my bgrandmother used to make fresh challah, and i miss it so very much, but i am TERRIBLE at bread. these mixes sound great!

Fairytales and Fitness said...

I learned that these breads are sold at a local store here! They look pretty yummy. I have only made Pumpkin bread but I'd like to try these!

Meredith Meredith245 at yahoo dot com said...

I learned it comes in 3 flavors, traditional, sesame, and spelt. Thanks for the chance to win.

brwneyedgir12 said...

These look great I would love to win thanks for the giveaway

Ashley Fryer said...

I had no idea that Hallah bread meant egg bread. I feel much wiser now ;-)

Anne D. said...

I learned spelt is easier on your digestive tract
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eclairre said...

I like that they suggest you stagger preparation if time is an issue.

Nancy said...

I learned you can buy their products at Walmart.

Nancy
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Rodney Jackson said...

I learned walmart carries their products Yeah

 
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