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Are we what we eat? Of course, just ask any health guru, or the bodybuilder, or the beauty contestant. For them, just about everything is forbidden, if they want to attain their goal of 3% bodyfat, or 22-inch waist, respectively. 1,883 more words


Curry Chicken & Edamame Kamut

Did I just say too many big words? I’m sorry, I’ll make up in easiness of production. I just found a bag of Kamut at the back of my pantry. 626 more words


"Eating Kosher" for Beginners

Image: Entrance to Jay & Lloyd’s Kosher Deli, a pink and white building. Photo by Salim Virji, some rights reserved.

A question came in via a Google search string: “How to begin eating kosher?” 520 more words

Jewish Food

I just wanted a pickle

I just wanted a pickle. The cool, crisp, salty-vinegary taste of a delightful dill pickle.

I opened the jar and plucked a baby kosher and dropped it into my mouth. 167 more words

Debbest: Tasting Tour of the Shuk

Although I am not a tour guide, I love showing visiting friends and family around the shuk area and sharing all its hidden treats. The following is a list of my top ten things to eat in and around Shuk Machane Yehuda.  1,658 more words


I Saw the Sign: L'As du Fallafel

Looking for an ideal grab ‘n’ go snack, in Paris? Look no further than L’As du Fallafel. Situated along 34 Rue des Rosiers, this falafel hut serves up orders as quickly as they take them. 416 more words


Traditional Home-Style Vegetarian Stroganov

Although a relatively recent addition to Russian cuisine, this simple, hearty dish is cheap and easy to make. Like many Russian dishes, we don’t know much about this wonderful meal’s origins definitively.  264 more words