A whimsical take on the Tashlich ceremony, that comes in an email circular from the Kesher community centre in Golders Green.
"On the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, there is a ceremony called Tashlich. Jews traditionally go to the ocean or a stream or river to pray and throw bread crumbs into the water. Symbolically, the fish devour their sins.
"Occasionally, people ask what kind of bread crumbs should be thrown. Here are suggestions for breads which may be most appropriate for specific sins and misbehaviours:
For ordinary sins - White Bread
For amatory sins - French Bread