* Every kitchen and environment is a little different in terms of temperature and moisture levels. Keep that in mind whenever you are baking or cooking. For a bread recipe like this, you may have to add a little more flour to get the perfect doughy consistency. Cooking and baking involves a little intuition! Trust your gut and add a little more flour if you need to!
* You can definitely freeze challah like you would any other bread. I like to slice and freeze each piece individually so I don’t have to wait for the whole loaf to de-froze before slicing into it.
* To store your challah bread, you can wrap it up with plastic wrap or a beeswax wrap tightly and it will keep for about 5 days in room temperature on the counter. But let’s be honest, it probably won’t last 5 days!