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The Five Best Sukkah Construction Time-Lapse Videos.

If you've ever marveled at how the chicken cordon bleu pops out of Rachel Ray's oven after just one commercial break, you'll be thrilled to learn that when it comes to Sukkah construction, Jews have mastered the art of time travel as well.

Sukkahs built from a kit take about around an hour to construct. For the DIY types who want to cut their own wood, well, building a sukkah can be a real pain in the kishkas. But a growing number of time-lapse videos on YouTube appear to show the entire structures being constructed in a matter of minutes, much to the frustration of anyone who's ever tried to build a sukkah in real time.

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Author:Schrieber, Zachary
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Date:Oct 8, 2014
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