Question: B"H My Friends and I enjoy eating uncooked challah dough....is it problematic if we take it to eat before taking 'challah' and what blessigns should we say before and after eating the raw dough....Thank you so very much.
Answer: Challa must be taken, as the obligation starts from the kneading and not the baking. The proper beracha is Shehakol.
Question: Hi Do you think its OK to do tziruf sal (combining cooked loaves each being less than a shiur for challah taking purposes) with loaves that are frozen? Or maybe they have to defrost so that they regain a status of food/bread?
Answer: If all the other conditions for tziruf sal are met, I see no problem with using loaves that are frozen.
Question: Can one make a bread dough, freeze it and take the challah and say a bracha after defrosting it a few days later? Alternatively, can one make the dough, take challah say the bracha and then freeze the dough? I think the answer is why not? to both but just in case...... thought I'd ask. Thank you.
Answer: You are correct that either option is acceptable, however I would recommend taking challa before freezing to avoid the risk of forgetting later.