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Sylvia Fallas, private chef, food educator and recipe developer, shares how to bring Syrian delicacies to anyone’s Pesach. The post Sephardi Flavors That Ashkenazi Jews Can Enjoy on Pesach appeared first on Jew In The City.
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Tofutti founder David Mintz passed away last week at the age of 89. After buying a gallon of tofu in New York’s Chinatown in 1972, Brooklyn-raised David Mintz’s life changed, Within 12 years, he had started a non-dairy revolution, an industry which will soon be worth more than $1.2 billion […]
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Miriam Adar, one of eleven children, born and bred in Lakewood, New Jersey, has been a lifelong artist. On a whim, she baked a fancy cake for her daughter’s birthday seven years ago. From there, she discovered that fancy fondant cake making was her new artistic passion. She opened a […]
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The French food courier service Deliveroo is under fire after at least one of their delivery men refused to bring food from two kosher restaurants in Strasbourg, France. The current French Covid-19 lockdown cites that restaurants may only serve take away meals delivered by couriers. Both incidents were reported to […]
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The trend to try out a vegan or plant-based lifestyle as a New Years’ Resolution has become a movement and celebration called Veganuary. Although Rav Avraham Yitzchak Kook is quoted as saying that the Garden of Eden was a vegan paradise, the perception of kosher food as brisket, deli, and […]
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The trend to try out a vegan or plant-based lifestyle as a New Years’ Resolution has become a movement and celebration called Veganuary. Although Rav Avraham Yitzchak Kook is quoted as saying that the Garden of Eden was a vegan paradise, the perception of kosher food as brisket, deli, and […]
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Marvin Schick, Advocate for the Orthodox Community, Dies at 85 Marvin Schick, a pioneering advocate for the rights of Orthodox Jews to maintain their religious practices in the places they worked, died on April 23 at his home in Brooklyn. He grew up in an America where Orthodox Jews often […]
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Jewish Teen Ping Pong Ace Can’t Go to Olympic Trials on Sabbath An Orthodox Jewish teen from Long Island made it all the way to the Olympic trials for ping pong — and now she likely can’t compete because it falls during the Sabbath. Nationally ranked Estee Ackerman, 18, is […]
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The last decade has seen two major consumer trends: an increased desire for convenience and an increased desire to be healthy and know what’s in your food. Delivery meal kit services like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh were born out of the marriage of these two consumer demands and are […]
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A Chabad Couple in New Jersey Built an Immersive Village for Kids With Autism A new 11,000-square-foot shopping center here is home to 15 storefronts, including a bank, pet shop and clothing store. There’s a health center with a dentist and doctor’s office and a ShopRite supermarket. The shopping center, […]
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