Yom Kippur is arguably the holiest day of the year for most Jews – a day when 365 days worth of deadly sin and vile transgression is atoned for through a day of fasting, prayer and quiet reflection. No matter your level of religiosity, though, as the day wears on, it becomes nearly impossible to think about anything except for the crater-sized hole forming in your gut and when you’ll get the chance to fill it again: with the food you’ve been blabbing to God about being so thankful for.