Gal Gadot’s Purim Tradition: Baking Hamantash Cookies with Her Daughters is a Delightful Experience

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Gal Gadot, the Israeli actress, celebrated Purim with her daughters Alma and Maya by cooking Hamantash, a traditional Purim pastry. She shared images of herself in the kitchen cooking with her little ones on her Instagram account. Gal Gadot is also a mother to an eight-month-old daughter named Daniella. She expressed her love for making Hamantash with her daughters and considers it as one of her favorite things about the holiday. Hamantash is a triangular-shaped cookie with fruit or savory filling, resembling the tri-cornered hat or ears of Haman, the villain of the Purim story in the Book of Esther. Sweet Hamantaschen with poppy seed, chocolate, date, apricot, or apple filling are most popular, and Gadot and her little helpers appeared to make a few different flavors.

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Gal Gadot, a famous actress and known for her roles in films like Wonder Woman, recently shared in an interview with Vanity Fair about an important ritual she practices every day as part of her Jewish religion. According to Gadot, there is a daily prayer in the Jewish culture called “modeh ani,” which means “I give thanks” that she recites every morning upon waking up. She expressed gratitude to God for keeping her alive and for everything in her life. Gadot believes nothing should be taken for granted and emphasizes the importance of being thankful every day.

Aside from her acting career, Gadot also ventured into the food industry and launched GOODLES last November, a macaroni and cheese brand that is easy to prepare, nutrient-rich, and protein-packed. Through this venture, she aims to promote healthy eating habits for her family and others. Gadot believes that as a woman and a mother of three, it is essential to care about what she and her family consume. She acknowledges that mac and cheese is delicious but unhealthy, so she created a better and healthier alternative.

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