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Double Fermentation

Wines to Pair with Pickles

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Preserving: A Jewish Tradition

New book focuses on a wide range of preserving techniques

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Jamaica’s 1st Kosher Restaurant Serves Spicy Jerk Cuisine
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Uganda’s Jews Are Down To One Meal A Day Because Of East Africa’s Famine
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Food With Layers Of Meaning

Light, meatless meals for the Nine Days.

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What Israel – And You – Can Do About Food Security

Nutritionists, farmers, chefs, journalists, academics and government officials convene to find sustainable solutions for now and the future.​​​​

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Satisfy A Snack Attack Without Leaving Your Beach Blanket

An Israeli startup upgrades the seashore experience with electric sand bike deliveries of refreshments and even towels and sunscreen.

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Share A Meal With The Locals In Israel

A new online initiative matches guests with hosts for an intimate dinner and a great opportunity for the creation of long-lasting friendships.

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Israel Joins Ice Cream Day Celebrations

Anita, Vaniglia, Buza and Iceberg chains serve up special flavors including black coconut, malabi and a vegan sorbet for dogs!

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Israeli Device Will Aid US Dairy Farm Nutrition Analysis

Reveal real-time forage analysis service utilizes SCiO – the smallest handheld near-infrared spectrometer on the market, made by Consumer Physics.

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New Kosher Culinary School Opens in Brooklyn

Professional school to help elevate quality of kosher food

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This Kippah Could Save The Lives Of Kids With Allergies
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Canada Reverses Ban On Labeling West Bank Products As ‘Made in Israel’
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Canada Bars West Bank Settlement Wines From Being Labeled ‘Product of Israel’
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Sweet Summer Sangria
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How A Korean-Jewish Entrepreneur Uses Food To Empower Immigrants
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Food distributor Fined For Sending Fake Kosher Cheese To Jewish Camps
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How A Chinese-Jewish Chef Finds Inspiration On A North Dakota Farm
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Shabbat in the Shade

Cold lunches for dog days