Recommended cookbooks include “Jerusalem” by Ottolenghi and Tamimi (Ten Speed Press), which isn’t a kosher cookbook, but can easily be adapted for kosher kitchens.
New study suggests additional benefits of Israeli-style eating, even as Israelis are consuming more meat and fast food.
When Golda Meir first visited Kibbutz Merhavia in 1921, she found the members eating “terrible food” like uncooked vegetables and olives.
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